Editing in any view


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Editing in any view

So, we've seen that we can have lots of different kinds of views in a Revit project. Plans, sections, elevations, 3D views. And one of the most powerful reasons to use so many different views is that you can actually edit your model from any view that you like. When you're working in Revit, you're working in a single unified building model. Everything's stored in a single project and it's all connected to one another. So, if it's more convenient for you to make an edit in plan, you can do it in plan. If you'd rather do it in elevation, you can do it in elevation. And you can do so without any worry that you'll have to then go and redo the same modification in some other view. This is because these are not disconnected drawings, rather they are views of the same unified building model.

So you make a change in one view, it changes everywhere. To illustrate that, let me go ahead an open up a couple different views here. I'm in a file called Edit in any View, and I...

Editing in any view
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Editing in any view provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Up and Running with Revit

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CAD
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Revit LT
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