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Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 4:54:54 PM | Revit Architecture

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Hi,

I'm new to Revit, and I was going through the tutorials in the program and had a question about window and door famlies.  What I wanted to know is, is there a tuturoial on how to make a window, with a casement on the bottom half and a fixed upper half?  I know there is a tutorial on the mullions, but this is a large window and the mullion is a double mullion.  In essence, there is a fixed upper window and a casement window in the lower part of the window opening.  Any help is appreciated. Also, I'm making doors that have a fixed window above with a double mullion as well.


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Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 5:05:28 PM | Revit Architecture

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I just wanted to say that there are going to be wood windows.  Thanks again.

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Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 3:17:43 AM | Revit Architecture

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I'm not an expert Revit user but what I've done in the past just to get the job out the door was to litterally place two separate windows close enough together to share the head or jamb.  If you need a fixed over casement, then just place the fixed at a higher sill height to be above your lower casement according to it's height.  I hope this makes sense.  Elevation views are good to see this come together.  Otherwise, you would have to create a new family for it with the casement and fixed together.  It's not hard but just takes time.  HTH


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Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 3:54:26 PM | Revit Architecture

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Thanks, I thought that the easiest way was to build to separate windows, but what I want to do is to learn how to make it work as a family because I think it'll help me build other objects.  Thanks for your help.

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