Exploring the Recent Files window and the application menu


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Exploring the Recent Files window and the application menu

The Recent Files screen greets you when you first launch Revit. The screen gives you quick access to the most recently- used project and family files, you'll also find quick links to various resources, mostly online resources that maybe of interest to you, like the user community and what's new and things like that. So let's take a look. Here is our Recent Files screen as it appears in Revit Architecture. I've got my Projects area at the top and my Families area beneath that. The last four projects that you had open are shown there with icons, up to the last four, because as you can see here with the Family area I haven't opened any families yet, so I only see two items there.

Now what you see on your screen may vary slightly because naturally you might have opened different files than I have, so the specific items that are listed here aren't that important, it's just simply that it's a quick way for you to get to that file again. So if I was working on thi...

Exploring the Recent Files window and the application menu
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Exploring the Recent Files window and the application menu provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2013 Essential Training

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