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Mon, Nov 5, 2007 at 2:57:41 AM | Looking for a good, in-depth training book.

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Hello, I'm kinda new here, but i need some help.

 

I've been browsing around for a good book on Revit 9 (I've already got the basics down, I need something more in-depth) and I can't seem to settle on any individual one. Can anyone offer some advice or recommendations?

 

Thanks! 


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Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 1:07:22 PM | Looking for a good, in-depth training book.

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The Revit Tutorial manual has been the most successful for me, if you have a license you can order it from www.autodeskdocandmedia.com , if not you can find it online if you search for "Revit Architecture Autodesk Tutorials"

I am working on creating a series of comprehensive tutorials to put online.


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Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 1:15:36 PM | Looking for a good, in-depth training book.

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A agree - start with the AutoDESK tutorial.  They have one for both metric and imperial.  This will be your best starting point.  Along with this, get the "User's Guide".  Each manual is about 2" thick, if that gives you any indication of their content.  

 

REVIT also supplies down-loadable tutorials and a tutorial project.

 

After getting your feet wet, you can find some more sepecialized tutorials on-line including some listed in the resource section here at RevitCity. 


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