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

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Chapter 12. Detailing

  • Working with line weights

  • Drafting on top of a Revit-generated detail

  • Creating filled regions

  • Adding repeating details

  • Adding and creating detail components

  • Annotating details

  • Drafting your own lines

  • Importing CAD

Simply put, Revit will only be used by you as a schematic design application if this portion of the program, detailing, will not work. It is imperative that you are able to detail in Revit efficiently. When firms fail in the attempt to use Revit, this is the area in which that failure occurs. If fact, many of you have bought this book may only to jump to this chapter. And why is that? It is because many people (this author included) buy into the concept of really cool 3D perspectives and one-button modeling.

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