Autodesk Revit 2016 for Structure: Start with the Basics


  • Autodesk Revit 2016 for Structure: Start with the Basics , Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Autodesk Revit 2016 for Structure: Start with the Basics , Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Autodesk Revit 2016 for Structure: Start with the Basics , Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Autodesk Revit 2016 for Structure: Start with the Basics , Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Autodesk Revit 2016 for Structure: Start with the Basics , Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Autodesk Revit 2016 for Structure: Start with the Basics , Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

CADLearning for Autodesk® Revit® 2016 for Structure covers the use of Revit, the premier Building Information Modeling (BIM) tool for engineering and design professionals in the industries of construction and architecture. The content in this course has been devised to help users quickly learn BIM methods for creating and modifying geometry, organizing data, performing analysis, and presenting designs using the specialized structural functions within Revit.


Course Objectives

1. Identifying the user interface components within the Revit LT Environment
2. Understanding Families and Utilizing them as an Element Organization Tool within Projects
3. Creating and Modifying Drawing Objects, such as Walls, Floors, and Roofs
4. Object Selection and Manipulation, such as Move, Copy, and Paste
5. Creation of Tags, Schedules, Views, and Sheets for Documentation


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Content

Course Resources

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Exercise File Download - Course
Exercise File Download - Assessment

Getting Started

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Starting Revit

Starting Revit after Installation

Starting Revit for the First Time

First Use Settings and Registration

Opening a Project File

How to Open a Project File

Identifying the User Interface Components

A Look at the Revit Graphical User Interface

Managing User Interface Components

How to Manage User Interface Components

Understanding the Ribbon

Using and Modifying the Ribbon

Customizing the User Interface

Customizing the Revit User Interface

Understanding the Quick Access Toolbar

Using and Modifying the Quick Access Toolbar

Understanding the Options Bar

Using the Options Bar

Understanding the Application Menu

Using the Application Menu

Understanding the InfoCenter Toolbar

Obtaining Information about Revit

Using the Revit App Store

Using the Autodesk Exchange App Store

Understanding the Project Browser

Working with Views and Content Using the Project Browser

Understanding the Properties Palette

Working with Instance Properties of Views and Content in the Properties Palette

Understanding the Type Selector

Changing Family Types Using the Type Selector

Understanding the Status Bar

Tips, Hints and Controls Displayed on the Status Bar

Understanding the Drawing Area

Working with Content in the Drawing Area

Understanding the View Controls

Working with the View Controls

Understanding the Navigation Bar

Navigating within Views Using the Tools in the Navigation Bar

Understanding the ViewCube

3D View Navigation Using the ViewCube

Understanding the Steering Wheels

View Navigation Using the Wheels

Understanding the Options Dialog

Controlling Revit Options

Managing File and Template Locations

Controlling Where Revit Finds Files and Templates

Managing the Places List

How to Modify the Places List in the Open or Save Dialog

Starting a New Project from Recent Files

How to Start a New Project from the Recent Files Window

Starting a New Project from the Application Menu

How to Start a New Project from the Application Menu

Understanding Units and Snaps

Unit Selection and Snap Settings

Using the Mouse

How the Mouse Works in Revit

Using the Keyboard

How the Keyboard Works in Revit

Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts

Customizing the Revit Keyboard Shortcuts

Managing Windows

Working with Multiple Views Open

Understanding Macros

Understanding Macros in Revit

Saving and Closing Files

How to Save and Close Files

Closing the Application

How to Close Revit

Revit Fundamentals

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Understanding BIM

Understanding Building Information Modeling

Understanding the Difference Between BIM and CAD

Understanding the Difference between BIM and CAD

Understanding Revit Concepts

Understanding the Basic Concepts of Revit

Working with the Different Versions of Revit

Working with the Vertical Versions and the Full Version of Revit

Understanding Bidirectional Associativity

Taking Advantage of Bidirectional Associativity in Revit

Recognizing Parametric Relationships

Recognizing Parametric Relationships

Understanding Families

Understanding Families, Types and Instances

Placing Model Elements

Placing Model Elements

Sketching Model Elements

How to Sketch Model Elements

Placing View-Specific Elements

How to Place View-Specific Elements

Working with Datum Elements

How to Create Datum Elements

Placing Elements from the Project Browser

Using the Project Browser to Place Elements in a Model

Loading Families and Using Type Catalogs

How to Load Families and Use Type Catalogs

Finding Families Using Autodesk Seek

Using Autodesk Seek to Find Families Online

Editing Families Within a Project

Editing Instance and Type Properties of a Family in a Project

Basic Modify and Reporting Tools

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Selecting Objects

How to Select Elements in Revit

Modifying Selection Settings

Enabling and Using the Selection Settings in Revit

Saving Selection Sets

Saving Sets of Selected Elements

Copying and Moving Objects

How to Copy and Move Elements

Rotating Objects

How to Rotate Elements

Creating Linear Arrays

How to Create Linear Patterns of Elements

Creating Radial Arrays

How to Create Circular Patterns of Elements

Scaling Objects

How to Change the Size of Elements by Scaling

Mirroring Objects

How to Mirror Elements

Using the Clipboard for Copy and Paste

Using the Clipboard to Copy and Paste Elements

Splitting Objects

How to Split Elements

Creating Elements Consistently with Match Type Properties and Create Similar

How to Match Element Type Properties and Create Similar Elements

Aligning Objects

How to Align Elements

Trimming and Extending Objects

How to Trim and Extend Elements

Offsetting Objects

How to Create Parallel Copies of Elements

Pinning Objects in Place

How to Pin Elements in Place

Deleting Objects

How to Delete Elements from a Project

Cutting and Joining Geometry

How to Cut or Join Geometry

Splitting the Face of an Element

How to Create Separate Regions on an Element

Applying Materials as Paint

How to Paint Materials Onto Faces of Elements

Measuring versus Dimensioning Objects

Understanding How the Measure Tools Work in Revit

Understanding Element IDs

Understanding Element Unique Identifiers

Understanding and Reviewing Warning Messages

Understanding and Reviewing Revit Warning Messages

Modeling Essentials

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Creating and Modifying Levels

How to Create and Modify Levels

Creating and Modifying Grids

How to Create and Modify Grids

Creating and Modifying Multi-Segment Grids

How to Create and Modify Multi-Segment Grids

Controlling Datum Visibility

How to Control the Visibility of Level and Grid Graphics

Limiting Visibility of Datum Using Scope Boxes

How to Limit the Visibility of Levels and Grids Using Scope Boxes

Setting and Showing the Active Work Plane

How to Set and Show the Active Work Plane

Creating Reference Planes

How to Create Reference Planes

Modeling Accurately with Length and Angle Snap Increments

Using Length and Angle Snaps to Model in Revit

Working with Object Snaps

How to Use or Turn Off Object Snaps

Using Visualization Aids When Working in 3D Views

Modeling in 3D Views Best Practices

Core and Shell

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Understanding Wall Drawing Aids

Adjusting Walls Using Various Wall Aid Tools

Creating Exterior Building Walls

How to Create Exterior Building Walls

Creating Building Core Walls

How to Create Building Core Walls

Creating Doors

How to Add Doors to a Building Model

Creating Windows

How to Add Windows to a Building Model

Modifying Door and Window Properties

Modifying Door and Window Properties

Creating Curtain Walls

How to Create Curtain Walls

Placing Doors in Curtain Walls

How to Add Doors to Curtain Walls

Creating Curtain Wall Grids and Mullions

How to Add Curtain Grids and Mullions to Curtain Wall Panels

Understanding Compound Structures

Understanding Layer Properties of Compound Structures

Creating Floors

How to Create Floors

Understanding Floor Instance Properties

Modifying Floor Instance Properties

Understanding Floor Type Properties

Modifying Floor Type Properties

Creating Sloped Floors by Sketching

Creating Sloped Floors by Using the Sketch Tools

Creating Sloped Floors by Shape Editing

Creating Sloped Floors by Using the Shape Editing Tools

Creating Floor Openings

How to Create Openings in Floors

Creating Shaft Openings

How to Create Multi-story Shaft Openings

Creating a Roof by Footprint

How to Create a Roof by Sketching the Footprint

Creating a Roof by Extrusion

How to Create a Roof by Extruding a Profile

Joining and Unjoining Roofs

Joining Roofs to Other Roofs and Unjoining Roofs from Other Roofs

Understanding Roof Instance Properties

Understanding How Roof Instance Properties Affect the Shape of a Roof

Understanding Roof Type Properties

Modifying Roof Type Properties

Working with Sloped Glazing Roofs

Understanding How Sloped Glazing Roofs are Created and Modified

Creating Sloped Roofs by Sketching

Creating Sloped Roofs by Using the Sketch Tools

Creating Sloped Roofs by Shape Editing

Creating Sloped Roofs by Using the Shape Editing Tools

Creating Conical Roofs

How to Create Conical Roofs

Managing Complex Roof Conditions Using Align Eaves

Using Align Eaves When Eave Heights Differ

Creating Roof Soffits

How to Add Soffits to a Roof

Creating Fascias

How to Add Fascias to Roofs

Creating Dormer Openings

Creating Openings for Dormer Roofs

Creating Roof Openings

How to Create Openings in Roofs

Modifying Roof and Wall Joins and Controlling Roof Visibility

Managing the Relationship between Roofs and Walls and the Appearance of Roof Elements

Creating Gutters and Downspouts

How to Add Gutters and Downspouts to a Model

Walls - An In-Depth Look

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Understanding Wall System Families and Types

Understanding Wall System Families and Wall Types

Creating Walls by Picking Lines

Creating Walls by Selecting Existing Lines in a Model

Understanding Wall Instance Properties

Understanding Properties that Control a Wall Instance

Understanding Wall Type Properties

Understanding Properties that Control all Walls of a Certain Type

Changing the Wall Type as Your Design Evolves

Updating Generic Wall Types to Specific Types of Walls

Understanding Curtain Wall Types

Understanding the Various Types of Curtain Walls

Selecting Curtain Wall Components

How to Select Individual Curtain Wall Grids, Mullions and Panels

Working with Curtain Wall Grids

Placing Custom Grids in a Curtain Wall

Creating a Curved Curtain Wall

How to Create a Curved Curtain Wall

Embedding a Curtain Wall in Another Wall

How to Embed a Curtain Wall Into Another Wall

Working with Curtain Wall Panels

How to Change Individual Curtain Wall Panels

Understanding Mullion Families

Editing Mullion Types and Creating Custom Mullion Types

Modifying Mullion Join Conditions

Editing Mullion Types and Creating Custom Mullion Types

Working with Corner Mullions

Adjusting Mullions at the Corner of Curtain Walls

Modifying Curtain Wall Corner Conditions

Working with Curtain Wall Corner Mullions

Customizing Curtain Wall Mullions

Editing Mullion Types and Creating Custom Mullion Types

Creating a Stacked Wall

How to Create a Stacked Wall Type

Creating Walls Using the Modify Tools

Using the Modify Tools to Create Wall Layouts

Modifying Wall Profiles

Changing the Shape of a Wall

Creating Wall Openings

How to Create Openings in Walls

Introducing Wall Layer Functions

Understanding Layers in Walls

Overriding Host Layer Display

Changing the Display of Layers within Walls

Understanding Wall Join Cleanups

Modifying Layer Join Conditions

Understanding Wall Layer Wrapping

Working with Wrapping of Wall Layers

Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Splitting Regions

Placing Different Materials in Wall Layers

Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Sweeps

Adding Sweeps to the Definition of a Wall Type

Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Reveals

Adding Reveals to the Definition of a Wall Type

Customizing the Base and Top Extension of Walls

Modifying Layer Extensions in Walls

Creating Embedded Walls

Embedding Walls Into Other Walls

Creating In-Place Wall Sweeps

Adding Individual Wall Sweeps to Walls

Creating In-Place Reveals

Adding Individual Wall Reveals to Walls

Creating Joined Walls for Complex Assemblies

Using Join Geometry with Overlapping Walls

Building Structure

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Managing Structural Symbolic Representation Settings

Controlling settings that affect how some structural elements appear and act

Understanding Structural Elements

Understanding structural members and the structural analytical model

Creating Structural Columns

How to Create Structural Columns

Creating Slanted Structural Columns

How to create slanted structural columns

Understanding Structural Column Families

Understanding the different structural column family types

Understanding Structural Column Properties

Understanding the structural column parameters that control how structural columns appear and behave in the project

Creating Isolated Foundations

How to create individual footings, which are known as isolated foundations

Creating Wall Foundations

Creating a continuous foundation that is hosted to the underside of a wall

Creating Stepped Foundations

How to create wall foundations with varying elevations

Creating Foundation Slabs

How to create foundation slabs to model slabs on grade or to model more complex foundation shapes

Creating Slab Edges

Creating a slab edge as a profile that is swept along the edges of a floor

Creating Structural Floors

How to create structural floors, and understanding the default Structural parameters for floors

Creating Beams

How to Create Beams

Creating Beams on Grids

How to sketch beams or place them automatically along grids

Creating Sloped Beams

How to create sloped beams for more complex building designs

Understanding Beam Families

Understanding the parameters of the different beam family types

Understanding Beam Properties

Understanding Beam Properties

Modifying Beams

Using the Available Tools to Adjust Beam Locations and Connections

Adjusting Beam and Column Joins

How to control the end cutback of beams by using the Beam Joins tool

Modifying Elements with Coping

How to control the coping of steel members

Creating Beam Systems

Creating regular and repetitive framing beams to fill a bay

Creating Structural Walls

How to Create Structural Walls

Creating Structural Braces

How to create vertical bracing using framing members

Creating Trusses

How to create trusses made up of structural framing elements

Understanding Truss Properties

Understanding the Instance and Type Properties of Trusses

Creating Openings in Structural Framing Elements

How to create openings in structural framing elements for mechanical or architectural needs

Using the Section Shape Parameter

Understanding Structural Members and the Structural Analytical Model

Placing Rebar

How to Reinforce Concrete Elements with Rebar

Managing the Shape Constraints of Rebar

Modifying the way rebar shapes are constrained to their concrete host

Placing Area Reinforcement

Understanding the Reinforcement settings and placing area and path reinforcement in floors and walls

Placing Path Reinforcement

Placing area and path reinforcement in floors and walls

Placing Fabric Reinforcement

Placing fabric reinforcement in floors and walls

Customizing Rebar Cover

Changing the rebar cover settings for a building element

Stairs and Railings

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Creating Stairs

How to Create Component Stairs

Creating Landing Components

How to Create Landing Components on Stairs

Creating Support Components

How to Create Support Components on Stairs

Creating Stair Components by Sketching

How to Sketch Stair Components

Modifying Stair Components

Editing Individual Components of Stairs

Tagging Stairs

How to Annotate Stairs

Customizing Stair Documentation

Modifying Stair Graphic Representation

Understanding Stair by Component Properties

Changing Stair by Component Type Properties

Creating Spiral Stairs

How to Create Spiral Stairs

Creating Multi-Story Stairs and Shafts

How to Create Multi-Story Stairs Within a Shaft

Creating Ramps

How to Create a Ramp

Placing Railings on a Host

How to Add Railings to Host Elements

Creating Railings by Sketch

How to Sketch Railings

Modifying Railings

Editing Existing Railings

Understanding Railing Properties

Changing Instance and Type Properties of Railings

Customizing Railing Properties

A Look at Custom Railing Types

Structural Schedules and Tags

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Understanding Parameters

An Introduction to the Uses of Parameters in Revit

Creating Project Parameters

How to Create Project Parameters

Creating Shared Parameters

How to Create Shared Parameters

Placing Element Tags

How to tag elements in Revit

Working with Material Tags

Tagging Individual Materials Within Elements

Creating a Schedule and Specifying Fields

How to Create a Schedule and Add Fields to the Schedule

Modifying Schedules with Filters

Using Filters to Show Only Elements Matching a Certain Criteria

Modifying Schedules with Sorting and Grouping

How to Sort and Group the Information in Schedules

Modifying the Formatting of Schedule Titles and Headers

How to Add Titles and Headers to Schedules

Modifying Schedule Formatting

Changing the Formatting of Schedules

Modifying the Schedule Appearance

Changing the Appearance of Schedules

Placing Schedules on a Sheet

How to Place Schedules on a Sheet

Working with Calculated Values and Conditional Formatting in Schedules

Adding Calculated Values and Conditional Formatting to Schedules

Creating and Managing a View List

How to Create a View List and Manage the View List

Working with Material Takeoff Schedules

How to Create a Material Takeoff Schedule

Importing and Exporting Schedule Views

Importing and Exporting Schedules

Annotation

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Working with Text Annotations

How to add text to a view

Using Keyboard Controls to Add Symbols to Text

How to Add Symbols to Text with Keyboard Controls

Checking Spelling in a View

How to Check Spelling in a View

Finding and Replacing Text

How to Find and Replace Text in a View or Project

Modifying Text Type Properties

Changing the Appearance of Text and Creating New Text Types

Specifying Keynoting Settings

How to Control Settings for Keynotes

Creating Keynotes

How to Create Keynotes

Modifying Keynotes and Keynote Settings

Changing the Display and Content of Keynotes

Creating a Keynote Legend

How to Create a Keynote Legend

Working with Symbols and Note Blocks

Adding Symbols and Note Blocks to a Model

Working with Legends

Creating Legends and Adding Detail Components to a Legend

Managing Arrowheads

Modifying Arrowheads and Creating New Arrowhead Types

Dimensions and Constraints

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Understanding Dimensions and Constraints

An Introduction to Dimensions and Constraints in Revit

Using Temporary Dimensions

How to use temporary dimensions while modeling

Modifying Temporary Dimension Settings

Changing Temporary Dimension Settings

Working with Permanent Dimensions

How to dimension elements in a Revit model

Modifying Dimensions

How to Modify Dimensions After They Have Been Placed

Modifying Dimension Graphics

How to Change Dimension Graphics

Modifying Dimension Text Appearance

How to Change Dimension Text Appearance

Creating and Modifying Dimension Styles

Creating and Changing Dimension Styles

Locking Dimensions

How to Lock Dimensions

Controlling Dimensions Using Equality Constraints

Using Equality Constraints to Control Dimensions

Creating and Revealing Constraints

Using Equality Constraints to Control Dimensions

Controlling Dimension Units

How to Control Dimension Units

Dimensioning Entire Walls

How to Dimension Entire Walls

Working with Spot Elevations

Using Spot Elevations to Obtain a Point of Elevation in a Model

Working with Spot Coordinates

Using Spot Coordinates to Obtain a Coordinate Point on Elements in a Model

Working with Spot Slopes

Using Spot Slopes to Obtain the Slope at a Specific Point in a Model

View Graphics

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Working with Visual Styles

Understanding How the Visual Styles Affect a View

Understanding Scale and Detail Level

How to use the view scale and view detail level in Revit

Understanding Plan View Range

Adjusting the plan view range to show the appropriate elements in a view

Understanding View Discipline

Adjusting the View Discipline Based on the View

Understanding View Templates

An Introduction to View Templates in Revit

Creating View Templates

How to Create View Templates

Applying and Assigning View Templates

Understanding the Differences Between Applying and Assigning a View Template

Creating View Types

How to Create View Types

Understanding Object Styles

Controlling the object styles in a project

Understanding Visibility and Graphic Overrides

Controlling the visibility and graphic overrides of a view

Creating Element and Category Overrides in a View

Overriding Elements or Categories in a View

Creating Filter Overrides

How to Create a Filter Override

Using Temporary Hide or Isolate and Viewing Hidden Elements

Temporarily Hiding or Isolating Elements and Showing Hidden Elements

Using Temporary View Properties

Using Temporary View Properties

Understanding Crop Regions

Enabling and Modifying the Crop Region of a View

Creating a Non-Rectangular Crop Region

How to Create a Non-Rectangular Crop Region

Understanding Annotation Crop Regions

Enabling and Modifying the Annotation Crop Region of a View

Configuring System Family Coarse Scale Cut Patterns

How to Configure System Family Coarse Scale Cut Patterns

Understanding Graphics Mode Options

How to Configure System Family Coarse Scale Cut Patterns

Understanding Saved View Conditions

Understanding the View Conditions that are Saved in a Project and in Revit

Views and Sheets

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Creating Plan Views and Reflected Ceiling Plan Views

How to create plan views and reflected ceiling plan views

Creating a Plan Region

How to Create a Plan Region that has a Different View Range

Creating Building Elevation Views

How to create building elevation views

Creating Interior Elevation Views

How to Create Interior Elevation Views

Creating Framing Elevation Views

How to Create Framing Elevation Views

Changing the Elevation Symbol

How to Change the Elevation Symbol

Creating Section Views

How to Create Section Views

Segmenting Section and Elevation Views

How to Segment a Section or Elevation View

Creating Callout Views

How to Create Callout Views

Sketching a Callout View

How to Sketch a Callout View

Creating Drafting Views

How to Create a Drafting View

Creating a Reference View

Creating a view that references another view

Duplicating Views

How to Duplicate Views

Creating Matchlines and View References

Adding Matchlines and View References to Large Floor Plans

Creating Additional View References

How to Add View References to Views

Creating and Using Sheets

How to create sheets and add views to sheets

Working with Viewports on Sheets

Controlling Viewports on a Sheet

Aligning Views on Sheets with a Guide Grid

Using Guide Grids to Align Views on Sheets

Using a Sheet List and Placeholder Sheets

Creating a Sheet List and Adding Placeholder Sheets

Creating Custom Titleblocks

How to Create a Titleblock

Creating a Key Plan

How to Create a Key Plan on a Titleblock

Managing Sheet Issues and Revisions

Controlling Sheet Issue and Revision Information on a Titleblock

Creating Revision Clouds and Tags

How to Create Revision Clouds and Tag Clouds with Revision Numbers

Adding a Revision Schedule to a Titleblock

How to Add a Revision Schedule to a Titleblock

Creating Supplemental Drawings

How to Create Supplemental Drawings for a Project

Printing and Publishing

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Introducing Printing in Revit

An Introduction to Printing in Revit

Printing and Managing Print Settings

How to print and control print settings

Printing to PDF

How to Print to PDF

Managing Projects

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Managing Project Information

How to Manage Project Information in Revit

Understanding How the Location and Site Relate

Understanding How the Project Location and Sites Relate to Each Other

Specifying a Project Location

How to Input the Project Location

Understanding Coordinate Systems

Understanding Coordinates in a Revit Project

Working with Coordinate Systems

Controlling Coordinates in a Revit Project

Relocating a Project

How to Relocate a Building Model

Rotating True North

How to Rotate True North

Rotating Project North

How to Relocate Project North

Mirroring a Project

How to Mirror a Building Model

Managing Settings

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Understanding Model and Drafting Patterns

Understanding the Various Fill Patterns in Revit

Managing Fill Patterns

Controlling and Creating Fill Patterns

Managing Materials and Material Libraries

Controlling Materials and Material Libraries in Revit

Managing Material Properties and Material Assets

Controlling Material Properties and Material Assets

Managing Line Styles

Controlling and Creating Line Styles

Managing Line Weights

Controlling Line Weights

Managing Line Patterns

Controlling and Creating Line Patterns

Managing Halftone and Underlay Settings

Controlling the Appearance of Halftone and Underlay Elements

Assigning Assembly Code Files

Controlling Assembly Code Settings

Worksharing

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Introducing Worksharing Concepts

An Introduction to Worksharing Concepts

Understanding Worksharing Terminology

An Introduction to Worksharing Terminology

Enabling Worksharing in a Project File

How to Enable Worksharing in a Project

Creating the Central Model

How to Create the Central Model for a Workshared Project

Creating a Local Model

How to Create Local Models for a Workshared Project

Creating Worksets

How to Create Worksets in a Workshared Project

Understanding Workset Visibility

Controlling the Visibility of Worksets in Project Views

Understanding How Central and Local Files Communicate

Understanding How Changes in Local Files are Transferred to the Central Model

Closing a Workshared Project

How to Close a Workshared Project

Understanding Editing Requests

Using Editing Requests to Help Team Members Working on a Workshared Project

Understanding the Active Workset

Specifying the Active Workset in a Workshared Project

Understanding Worksharing Display Modes

Using Worksharing Display Modes to Visually Distinguish Workshared Elements

Specifying Open Worksets

Controlling Which Worksets are Open While Working on a Workshared Project

Managing Worksets in Linked Revit Files

Controlling Worksets in a Linked Revit File

Working Offline and Editing at Risk

Editing a Workshared Project While Not Connected to the Central Model

Viewing the Workshared Project History

Viewing the History of a Workshared Project

Rolling Back Workshared Projects

How to Roll Back a Workshared Project to an Earlier State

Detaching a File from Central

Detaching a Local File from the Central Model

Collaboration

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Linking Revit Models

How to Link Revit Models into a Project

Managing Linked Revit Models

Controlling Linked Revit Models in a Project

Controlling the Display of Elements in a Linked Model

How to Control the Display of Elements in a Linked Model

Scheduling Elements from a Linked Model

How to Schedule Elements in a Linked Model

Tagging Elements in a Linked Model

How to Tag Elements in a Linked Model

Monitoring and Coordinating Changes Within a Single Project

How to Monitor and Coordinate Changes in One Model

Using Copy and Monitor in a Single Project

How to Copy and Monitor Elements in One Model

Using Copy and Monitor with Linked Projects

How to Copy and Monitor Elements from Linked Models

Performing a Coordination Review with Linked Models

Managing Changes of Elements that are Being Monitored

Checking for Interferences

How to Check for Interferences in a Building Model

Phases

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Introducing Phases

An Introduction to Phases in Revit

Understanding Phases

Understanding Phases, Phase Statuses, Phase Filters and Graphic Overrides

Managing Phases

Controlling and Creating Phases

Understanding Phase Filters and Graphic Overrides

Applying Phase Filters and Controlling Graphic Overrides

Assigning Phases and Phase Filters to a View

How to Assign a Phase and Phase Filter to a View

Understanding the Impact of Phases on Documentation

Understanding How Phases Work with Special Elements

Demolishing Elements

How to Demolish an Element in the Current Phase

Establishing Phases in Project Templates

How to Set Up Phases in a Project Template

Construction Modeling

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Understanding Construction Modeling

An Introduction to Construction Modeling

Creating Parts

Creating Parts from Modeled Elements

Modifying Parts

Modifying Parts Property Values

Controlling the Visibility of Parts

Modifying the Way Parts Appear In Views

Dividing Parts

Using Divide Parts to Split a Single Part into Multiple Parts

Dividing Parts with Gaps and Profiles

Dividing a Part with a Gap and Applying a Profile

Merging and Excluding Parts

Merging Parts Together and Excluding Parts from the Model

Scheduling Parts

Creating schedules for the Parts category

Understanding Wall Joins and Parts

Illustrating how Wall Joins Affect the Ends of Parts

Creating Parts from Linked Models

Parts can be made from Linked Models

Creating Assemblies

Creating Assemblies of Multiple Elements

Placing and Modifying Assembly Instances

Creating Additional Instances of Assembly Types and Modifying Assemblies to Create Additional Types

Creating Assembly Views

Creating Views specific to Assembly Types

Acquiring Assembly Views

Acquiring Assembly Views from one assembly type to another.

Modifying Assembly Views

Modifying and Annotating Assembly Views

Advanced Modeling

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Introducing the In-Place Modeling Tools

An Introduction to the In-Place Modeling Tools

Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Extruded Forms

How to Create In-Place Solid Extruded Forms

Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Blended Forms

How to Create In-Place Solid Blended Forms

Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Revolved Forms

How to Create In-Place Solid Revolved Forms

Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Swept Forms

How to Create In-Place Solid Swept Forms

Enhancing In-Place Families

How to Enhance In-Place Families

Understanding Adaptive Components

An introduction to Adaptive Components

Using Adaptive Components to Create Building Elements

An introduction to Adaptive Components

Family Creation

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Understanding Loadable Families

An Introduction to Loadable Families in Revit

Introducing Family Creation

An Introduction to Creating Families in Revit

Understanding the Family Editor

Understanding the Family Editor user interface

Working with Tag Families

Working with Tag Families in Revit

Creating a Custom Annotation Tag

How to Create an Annotation Tag Family

Creating a Custom View Tag

How to Create a View Tag Family

Creating a Custom View Title

How to Create a View Title Family

Working with Component Families

Working with Component Families in Revit

Introducing Form Creation

An Introduction to Form Creation in the Family Editor

Creating Solid Extrusions and Blends

How to Create Solid Extrusions and Blends in the Family Editor

Creating Solid Revolves

How to Create Solid Revolves in the Family Editor

Creating Solid Sweeps and Swept Blends

How to Create Solid Sweeps and Swept Blends in the Family Editor

Creating Void Forms

How to Create Void Forms in the Family Editor

Creating Reference Planes and Reference Lines

How to Create Reference Planes and References Lines in the Family Editor

Creating Dimension and Parameter Constraints

How to Add Dimension and Parameter Constraints to Families

Creating Family Geometry

How to Create Family Geometry

Understanding Family Geometry Display Settings

Controlling How Family Objects are Displayed

Creating Family Types

How to Create Family Types

Working with Families in a Project

Working with Families in the Project Environment

Working with Hosted Families

Working with Hosted Families in Revit

Creating a Hosted Family

How to Create a Hosted Family

Creating and Grouping Family Parameters

How to Create and Group Parameters for a Family

Interoperability

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Importing and Managing Image Files

How to Import and Manage Image Files

Linking and Importing CAD Files

How to Link and Import CAD Files

Managing Linked CAD Files

How to Link and Import CAD Files

Controlling the Coordinates of Linked CAD Files

How to Control the Coordinates of a Linked CAD File

Managing Imported CAD Files

How to Link and Import CAD Files

Controlling Line Weights in Imported CAD Files

How to Control Line Weights in Imported CAD Files

Using CAD Files to Create Building Model Objects

Creating Building Model Objects by Tracing Over CAD Files

Working with Autodesk Exchange Files

Working with Autodesk Exchange Files

Linking Point Clouds

Using Point Clouds to Model Existing Conditions

Working with Point Clouds

Using Point Clouds to Model Existing Conditions

Opening IFC Files

Understanding What the IFC File Format is

Linking IFC Files

How to Link IFC Files

Working with IFC Files

How to use IFC Models in Revit

Specifying CAD Export Setup Options

Understanding the Available Options for Exporting to CAD

Exporting to 2D CAD Formats

How to Export to 2D CAD Formats

Exporting to 3D CAD

How to Export to 3D CAD

Exporting Views to Image Files

How to Export Views to Image Files

Exporting to gbXML

How to Export the Building Model to a gbXML File

Exporting to 3ds Max

How to Export to 3ds Max

Exporting Room and Area Reports

How to Export Room and Area Reports

Exporting to IFC

How to Export to IFC

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