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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Looking for Missing Items in Revit: AECbytes Tips and Tricks

AECbytes Tips and Tricks Issue #43 (June 29, 2009)
Dan Stine, CSI, CDT

Registered Architect and Author

When using a sophisticated program that can meet the needs of many types of customers who develop a number of diverse architectural project types, you can expect to sometimes get lost in the options and settings. This is true for Autodesk’s flagship BIM products, the Autodesk Revit series; Architecture, Structural and MEP. One area of constant frustration for new users is controlling what is and is not visible in a given view. This Tips and Tricks article will walk you through the common pitfalls when it comes to finding “missing” elements in a view; you can see the element in other views (or models) but not in a specific view. The finding process involves working with several different aspects of the application.

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Source: http://revitflow.blogspot.com/2009/10/finding-missing-stuff-in-revit.html

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