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Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 12:40:52 PM | Hello




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Greetings all. This is my first post on this board.

I work for a small archtiecture firm in the Philly suburbs. We will be migrating to Revit in the near future (so I'm told), and since I am the only one in the office who knows Revit, guess who's in charge of the migration? So I'll be checking in on a daily basis. I have taken a class on Revit and have bought a seat of it for my own use at home, but have not used it in an office environment. I'll have lots of really dumb newbie types of questions, just as a heads up.


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Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 1:10:48 PM | Hello



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Welcome to Revit World...



I Hope and I Wish to LEARN  more, and more, and more.... REVIT

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Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 3:34:21 PM | Hello




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well we all have to start somewhere, and this is an awasome place to get answers.  we us revit in our office and we love it here.  we are still in the process of using it on a daily basis.  so we still have questions also, its a great learning experience

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Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 6:44:45 PM | Hello



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Hello Skyscraper, glad to hear you are migrating to REVIT. Wise choice. In the beginnning it's all about Levels, Grids, Views and Family Types. There is a frustrating phase (no pun intended) in the beginning that we all need to go through, but without pain and frustration . . . . . there is no change. Your eyes will begin to light up as you start to see the time savings.
You may want to accelerate your learning by viewing some of the free revit training videos here > . Look on the top left hand margin.
There is also a free video titled 'The Ten Minute House' at this page > which is a great overall bottom to top overview of how revit can work for you. This is a good video to show 'the boss' or anyone who wants to see how it works in a very short period of time.
Then if that all proves worthy you can invest a few dollars in the 6 DVD set or company wide subscription..
Daryl Gregoire
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FULL 'DOWNLOAD ACCESS' to all 850+ CADclips videos for only $150


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Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 8:44:32 PM | Hello




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Hi and Welcome!

 This may be of interest if you are just starting out with Revit:-




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