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Revit® Architecture 2010: No Experience Required™ by Eric Wing

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Chapter 2. Creating a Model

  • Placing exterior and interior walls

  • Adding reference planes

  • Joining walls

  • Using the Split command

  • Editing a cut profile

  • Adding doors

  • Adding openings

  • Adding windows

Now that you have a solid working knowledge of the Revit Architecture interface and you understand how it differs from most other drafting applications, it's time to move on to creating the Revit model.

The first chapter had you add some exterior walls to the model, and this chapter will expand on that same concept. You will also be placing some of the components that were introduced in Chapter 1, such as doors and windows. Revit is only as good as the families that support the model.

To kick off the chapter, we will focus on the accurate placement of interior and ...

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