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Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 2:59:24 PM | Text Formatting

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I wish I may I wish I might have a text editor in which I can created/control bullets and line spacing like in Word.

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Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 3:02:30 PM | Text Formatting

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Oh yeah, and allow different fonts in the text box like AutoCAD.

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Sat, May 21, 2011 at 2:23:46 AM | Text Formatting

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Text formatting seems so rudimentary in software, it could hardly take up any processing power to have Revit be at least as competent with text formating as Microsoft Word from 20 YEARS AGO.  Seriously.  And there is such a silence about this incomplete aspect of the software.  It just seems so foolish, I've never heard a remotely possible reason for such a simple thing to be excluded.

 


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Sat, May 21, 2011 at 4:04:19 AM | Text Formatting

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I like to think it's because the programmers are busy fixing the bigger issues, but yeah, it's aggravating at times. Even the old "it's a modeling program, not a drafting program" explanation only flies so far. A model is only good for so much, and you have to note it somehow.


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Sat, May 21, 2011 at 4:04:49 PM | Text Formatting

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TKennedy.  As you say, Revit does not bill itself as a modeling software, but rather a whole package intergatable replacement for whatever softwares one was using to deal with all phases of a project.  

Taken in this light, I am frustrated by this and many other aspects of the software that are incomplete from a purely document production level.  

This relates to my other post where you observed my frustration at not being able to witness actual cd's produced in revit.


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