Using the Project Browser and navigating views


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Using the Project Browser and navigating views

Your Revit project is a complete virtual building model that can be viewed, edited and explored three- dimensionally, two-dimensionally and in various reports and tabular lists. Each such representation of your project is referred to in Revit simply as a view. Views are listed and accessed from the Project browser palette, which functions much like a table of contents for the project. In this lesson, we will explore this tool and learn to navigate the various kinds of views kinds of views common to a Revit project. So to help us do that, I've got this condominium building open here onscreen. It's called Condo, in the chapter 2 of the Exercise Files. And we are looking, currently, at just an overall three-dimensional view of the building.

Now over here onscreen is something called the Project browser, and this is typically docked over here on the left -hand side of your screen, and that's probably where you ought to leave it, in most cases. Now in some cases it might get moved ...

Using the Project Browser and navigating views
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Using the Project Browser and navigating views 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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