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Tuesday 11 September 2012
Revit Tips and Tricks - Part 1 of 3
This is the first of a series of Tips and Tricks for Revit Architecture 2012 - 2013
1.Project Browser Search (2013 Only)
If you Right Click on a Project Browser view you now
have the option to type in a key word which will then be highlighted in the
project browser hierarchy.
Browser Right Click Shortcut
If you right click on Legends, Schedules and Sheets you have the option to Create “New”.
Families in a Project
can save all of your families in a project into a specific folder by going to
the Save As function under the Application icon and selecting Library – Family.
This will then ask you where you want the families saved and save a copy of all
the families in your project into the specific folder.
you can also save Views into another Revit project, this does not save the
model into another project, just selected views as 2D views.
the Plan Region Tool to show windows
that are higher than your view’s cut plane.
can edit the View Range of a Plan Region independently from the View
you are working in.
style creates shadows with subtle gradients which gives your model more
realistic shading and depth.