Adding legend views


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Adding legend views

If you'd like to add a legend to your project, perhaps showing each kind of door or window that you've used, no need to draw this manually. With the Legend view, Revit allows you to place a graphical representation of any family that you have used in your project. You will be able to control the scale and the detail level, as well as whether or not you insert the symbol in the plan, elevation or section. Nice thing to know about the Legend view is that these graphics are representational only; they do not throw off the count of your schedules or otherwise get treated like actual parts of your model. So let's go ahead and take a look here. I am going to do a simple door legend. I am in a file called Legends in the Chapter 11 folder.

I am going to go to the View tab, and under Legends, I will choose a legend. It will ask me for a name. I am going to call this Door Types and Scale, and quarter-inch is the default, and that looks pretty good to me. So I'll click OK. The Legend vi...

Adding legend views
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Adding legend views 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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