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Autodesk Revit is one of the most popular building information modeling (BIM), solutions today. This course covers the differences between the various editions of Revit and shows architects and engineers who are new to the software how to use them. Learn how to choose a template; set up the basic levels, grids, and dimensions; and start adding walls, doors, and windows to your model. Author Paul F. Aubin also shows how to create views and documentation that clearly communicate your plans, import files from other CAD programs, and produce construction documents.
Note: The techniques shown in this course will work with any version of Revit, but due to backwards compatibility issues, the exercise files for this course will only work with Revit 2014. Unfortunately, we cannot downsave the files. Please see a Revit 2013 course for usable files.
If you're a premium member of the Lynda.com library, you have access to the exercise files used throughout this title. The exercise files are in a folder called Exercise Files and I've placed them here on my Desktop. You can place them wherever you like in your own system. When you open the Exercise Files folder, you'll find it organized into subfolders that are based on the various chapters of the course. If you open up any of those chapter folders, you'll find a collection of files that are in there that are referenced by each of the lessons. Simply open those files when instructed to do so to follow allow with me. If you're not a premium subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to the exercise files but you can follow along from scratch with your own files.
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