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Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 3:03:38 AM | Interior Soffits

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I am new to Revit 2008 and am starting to understand a lot of the things.  One that I don't know what to do and haven't seen anthing in the tutorials and videos I have seen is a simple drywall soffit in a room.  Ceilings seem to give me the most problem in the early going.  I have had trouble w/ ceilings showing up in the ceiling plans.  I have quite a few different ceiling heights.  And then how to create a drop soffit.  I would appreciate any tips on how to create them.

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Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 9:44:52 AM | Interior Soffits

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ceilings are sketched to some extent very similarly to floors, if you select the 'sketch' option that appears, otherwise revit will attempt to place a ceiling within a set of walls.  something to watch - there are two types of ceilings and we use 'compound' mostly as you get better real ceilings, like floors and rooves.  also, i find it sometimes best to sketch ceilings in the RCP.  as regards a bulkhead which i think you are referring to, try a short height wall and join geometry.

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Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 1:09:43 PM | Interior Soffits

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I just made my first bulkhead/soffit yesterday.  I did as latemore said - I made walls at the height of the sides and then I made a ceiling of just gypsum board and joined the wall to the ceiling.

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