Adding text


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Adding text

Now that we have a pretty well- defined Revit model, it's time to begin adding notes and other annotations to convey design intent and prepare our documents for printing. We'll begin this process with simple text. I'm in a simple elevation view in a file called Text. I'm going to click on the Annotate tab. Then click the Text tool. The shortcut for text is TX, if you'd rather do it that way. You'll get a cursor onscreen. You just pick your point for where you'd like your note to go. And you begin typing your note. To complete the note, all you have to do is click next to it.

That will keep you in the Text tool and allow you to add your next note, or you can click the Modify tool to cancel the command altogether and get completely out. Now I'm going to select the text and point out one thing that I forgot to do. I kind of forgot on purpose to illustrate something. Even though this is annotation and it behaves a little differently, it's like model objects in...

Adding text
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Adding text 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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CAD
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Revit
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