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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Webcast 6/23 1pm EST - Revit Architecture and the Revit Database Link

Autodesk invites you to attend an Architecture and Design Visualization live webcast, a free educational session designed to help you improve productivity, deliver innovative design ideas, and manage change in your daily project workflow.
Revit Architecture and the Revit Database Link
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
10:00- 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Learn how to import and export data between an external dataset and Autodesk Revit Architecture -- or any Revit platform solution -- using the Autodesk® Revit® Database (DB) Link feature. This live webcast, presented by Autodesk Technical Specialist Amy Fietkau, will cover the highlights of how to transfer data between databases so you can easily maintain relationships of linked data. You'll learn how a grid view enables you to make final edits before import, how databases are updated following internal or external changes, how grid control enables the creation of Revit shared parameters and how changes to new database fields automatically update Revit shared parameters upon future imports.
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Interested in more information for architects and designers? Here's an on-demand presentation you might enjoy:
Tips for Understanding the Basics of Revit and BIM
This screencast presentation focuses on going back to the basics by exploring the foundation of a BIM model and answering the question "Why Revit Architecture"? Geared towards current AutoCAD users, or anyone who wants to learn more about BIM, this brief, 30 minute video presentation will pave the way for understanding more about Revit. You'll learn how features in Revit enhance productivity, how a BIM model keeps the design data connected, how objects are the same in every view. Need a schedule? No problem in Revit! You'll see how changes made in one view update and change the information throughout the model. In the end, you should walk away with a much better understanding of the basics of Revit and BIM.
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