Using Autodesk Seek


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Using Autodesk Seek

Revit Architecture ships with a fairly substantial library of family content that you can access quickly and easily, as we've already seen. However, even with this resource, you will quickly find there are items lacking from the out-of-the-box offerings. You could of course build these items yourself, but doing so would require knowledge of the Family Editor and a decent investment in time and effort. Fortunately, alternatives do exist. There are many web sites available that offer Revit content for download, and many such items are free of charge. The most accessible choice is Autodesk own Seek web site, available directly from within the Revit software.

All we have to do is go to the Insert tab and type in a search in the field, and we are taken directly to Seek and presented with the results of our query. So, let's go ahead and give it a look. Here, I am in a file called Using Seek from the Exercise Files. I am going to go over here to the Insert tab, and if we look at our floor...

Using Autodesk Seek
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Using Autodesk Seek 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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