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Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 7:52:12 AM | About to get revit need some advice

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Hi all

New user (well in a couple of days, anyway) i need to setup our revit and having no experience doesnt help or training, but i was hoping someone could provide some good links to help me out. I will need to set up tiltle blocks, windows, doors etc. I have been searching for tutorials but to very little avail on the prementioned subjects. I understand there will be a steep learning curve but im willing to learn and try my hand at all suggestions. The one thing i really want to learn as fast as possible will be family creation (perementric for both blocks and families).

To my understanding windows and doors which come with the standard package dont allow for different wall thickness to be used, so this is my main concern for now.

Any help in this will be greatly appriciated.

Brett

 


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Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 12:24:30 PM | About to get revit need some advice

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The best way that I have found to learn Revit is to just jump right in and do a project.  Learn as you go.  When you hit a problem, do the tutorial that comes with the program and look in the help section.  Searching this site will also help in solving problems.  Good luck and welcome to the world of Revit!


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Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 5:55:48 PM | BrettoH

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Quoting BrettoH from 2007-06-27 02:52:12

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To my understanding windows and doors which come with the standard package dont allow for different wall thickness to be used, so this is my main concern for now.

 

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with regards to the above statement, you have been supplied with incorrect informatiom

just the opposite is true

 

 


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Thu, Jun 28, 2007 at 12:06:57 AM | About to get revit need some advice

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check out dgcad.com. He has some free starter video tutorials to get you up to speed.

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