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Fri, Nov 16, 2007 at 6:35:15 PM | Hierarchy for studying and traing Revit

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Can anyone give a personal analysis for disecting Revit and creating the building blocks for learning it inside out?  This will give me the basis toward developing a game plan to study the product like I have done since Autocad's inception.  Any suggestions would be appreciated.  Knowing that the terminology is different and that I have been raised on a more prestigious parametric piece of software called APDesign, Revit's CUI and development is altogether "GREEK" compared to Autocad.  Thanks for the information in advance.

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Tue, Nov 20, 2007 at 4:02:05 PM | Hierarchy for studying and traing Revit

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I recommend doing the Getting Started tutorial, then ALL the family tutorials, then the detailing tutorials.

 


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Tue, Nov 20, 2007 at 4:08:15 PM | Hierarchy for studying and traing Revit

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Thanks,

About families,  Any thing in particular to pay attention to and what are they similar to?  Blocks, xrefs, or blocks with attributes in Autocad?


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