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Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 1:09:42 AM | Revit Books in 2006

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Im looking to buy a couple of Revit Books for my office- Im an intermediate user and there are a lot of people in the office that haven't touched Revit but will be soon. Im looking for something that is a good supplement to the online help and could maybe stand-in for not having an advanced user in the office (....possible? probably not but....). I'm looking currently at " Introducing & Implementing Autodesk Revit Building" and "Mastering Revit" in the same series that is coming out in March. Any opinions on the former or this series in general? Any books that are just godawful and need to be avoided? I've looked at some other threads about Revit books and the one from Cyril Verley but they are getting pretty dusty (2003). Thanks.

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Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 2:55:01 AM | RE: Revit Books in 2006

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Those are great books to get. I have "introduceing and implementing" and it is very useful. I would recommend getting books by Daniel John Stine. One of them is "Residential Design Using Autodesk REvit Building 8" and the other is "Introduction to Autodesk Revit building 8". You can find these at www.schroff.com. Im a student in highschool and I have been learning on my own the program and have been using Revit Building 8 for various projects and competitions. The 2 books by Daniel John Stine, were I thought most helpful and user-friendly. Although im just a senior in highschool these books have done an excellent job.

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