Adding doors and windows


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Adding doors and windows

So once we have our basic layout of walls completed, the next logical components that we need to add are doors and windows. Adding doors and windows in Revit is nearly the same process, so we're going to look at both of these object types together. You find both of these tools on the Door tab; The Door tool is here. The Window tool is here, and we'll go ahead and start with Doors. So I'm in a file called Adding Doors and Windows in the Chapter04 of the Exercise Files, and it has a completed wall layout. I'm going to go ahead and click the Door tool; the shortcut for that is DR, if you'd rather use the shortcut. And like many of the other tools, the Ribbon will change to show us a tinted green context Ribbon, Modify/Place Door. The Options bar will appear with some options, and the Properties palette will also appear to show us Door- specific options as well.

Now, the first option I want to talk about is the one here on the Properties palette, which is already chosen by ...

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 Revit Architecture 2011 Essential Training

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