Adding grids


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Adding grids

Like levels, grids provide organization and structure to your project. They typically serve to locate the structural columns in a project and provide key reference points for dimensions and views and other things. Unlike levels, not all buildings need grids. For example, most residential buildings wouldn't have any need for grids, because they don't typically have structural columns, but most commercial projects probably would have a structural column grid. So depending on the kind of project you're creating, will determine whether or not you need to add grids or not. So the Grid tool can be found on the Home tab.

I'm here in a file called Grids, in the Chapter03, Exercise Files. It has some simple walls in it, just to give us a frame of reference. Walls are not required to lay out grids, but they'll certainly make it helpful in this exercise. So here on the Home tab, we can find the Grid tool over here on the Datum panel to the right. I'm going to go ahead and click...

Adding grids
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Adding grids 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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