Adding walls


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Adding walls

Walls are perhaps the most basic building component in any project. Certainly, they will be one of the first objects you'll need to master in your learning of Revit. Walls have many settings that you can change while you're drawing them. You can edit many of those settings after you draw them. So the Wall tool can be found on the Home tab, and I am in a file just simply called Adding Walls. I'm going to go ahead and click the default Wall tool at the top of the screen. Now this will take me to the Modify/Place Wall context tab. The Modify half of the tab on the left-hand side never changes. That's always going to be the same set of tools that are available to any object that we create.

The Place Wall side has a little Draw toolbox that is tinted in green. It shows us the different shapes of walls we can draw. So the most basic shape is to just simply draw lines. I could press Escape out of there. We could switch to rectangles. We could switch to polygon shapes, in which cas...

Adding walls
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Adding walls 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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