Attaching tops and bottoms


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Attaching tops and bottoms

When you're working with walls in a floor plan, there's going to be instances where you're going to need to override the top and bottom constraints. There might be times when you're furiously and drawing the walls and you don't set those constraints. In other words, instead of setting the wall to level two, maybe you set it to level three or something like that. So you're going to run into these issues. You might also need to attach walls to a roof. Or go beyond a ceiling grid by a specific distance.

All these things can be taken care of within Revit's walls. So, let's take a look at it. Let's go to Floor Plans. And first floor. And you'll notice that one of the useful tools that you can use when working with a model, is to create a number of sections. These might be called temporary sections, but they might also expose problems that we might have. So let's take a look at what we have. Why don't you go to the project browser, and I want you to go down where...

Attaching tops and bottoms
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Attaching tops and bottoms provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Ed Cotey as part of the Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls

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