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

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Chapter 3. Creating Views

  • Creating and managing levels

  • Adding sectional and elevational views

  • Controlling your views for aesthetic values

One of Revit Architecture's strongest points is the fact that it is one single model. This single model, however, has to be broken down into a tangible format that allows the user to navigate through a project. Chapters 1 and 2 featured the Project Browser (and it will be featured in this chapter as well), but what is the Project Browser actually managing? Well, it's simply managing views of the model. Here's an example: in the Project Browser, under Floor Plans you usually see Level 1. This is a view of the model that just so happens to be a floor plan. Under Elevations (Building Elevations), you see East Elevation, ...

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