Using Hide/Isolate


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Using Hide/Isolate

As your model becomes more complex, it can become difficult to edit certain items. Sometimes there is an item in the way of another item and you need to see behind it, or sometimes you just find an item in a view that shouldn't really be there. In the last two movies, we talked about different levels of the hierarchy of visibility setting. So, we started with object styles, and we said that these were global changes, and then we saw that to turn things on and off, we could use Visibility Graphics on a view by view basis. Well, sometimes, you don't want all the furniture to hide. You just want that one piece of furniture to hide, or something along those lines.

Well, it turns out that you can actually hide and edit elements right down to the element level. I just want to caution you, always try and do it globally first, if that makes sense, and then work your way down to individual edits. There are two ways that we can actually do such editing. We have our temporary variety and we...

Using Hide/Isolate
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Using Hide/Isolate 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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Revit
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