Adding doors and windows


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Adding doors and windows

So now that you have the wall layout relatively fleshed out, it's time for some doors and windows. So to add doors and windows, I'm in a file called doors and windows, and we're zoomed in here on the upper portion of the floor plan. And over here on the architecture tab, we have a door icon and a window icon. So I'm going to click the door icon I'm not going to really change any of the settings, but let me just point out a few of them to you. Here on the properties pallet, we have a drop down, like we did with walls and that gives us some different sized doors, so we have one kind of door, revet calls that a family, so we have one door.

Family a single flush and that door family has several types they're called. The types of the different sizes. Now the default size is 36 by 84, and that works fine for me for this. So I'm not going to actually change that. The default sill height is at zero. That makes sense too, because you typically want the door to be right down at th...

Adding doors and windows
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Adding doors and windows provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Up and Running with Revit

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Revit LT
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