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Thu, Jun 21, 2007 at 1:43:54 PM | Introduction...

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Hey all,

 I'm working in a small firm (15 people) where 3 so far have been learning Revit on their own as projects need it. I'm totally new to it, just finished a quick tutorial and have been trying to set up some standards for titleblocks... I'm really fast with AutoCAD, but I think that hurts me more than it helps...Also learning Lightwave at the same time, things get confusing. Oh well.

 So, that said, there's my intro. I was wondering how long it usually takes folks to get proficient enough to be useful on a project...Especially if they only have contact with Revit about half a day at a time?

 

See you in the technical help forums, I'm sure...


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Welcome,

I was in the same situation when I started. My company wanted me to "evaluate" the program and see what benifits it had. I new nothing about the Revit program when I started. I also am very proficient with AutoCad, and I pretty much had to de-program my brain and start anew with Revit. I still have to switch back and forth between the two programs, and I am not getting to spend as much time in Revit that I would like. I have been using Revit for about a year and a half and I am still learning every day. It does seem to take a while to get into the groove with Revit but it's probably because I don't get to focus all day on it. Just remember that everyone has been there at one time when they were learning the program.


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