Using the Project Browser


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Using the Project Browser

Your Revit project is a complete virtual building model that can be viewed, edited, and explored 3-dimensionally, 2- dimensionally and in various reports and tabular lists. Each such representation of your project is referred to in Revit as a view. Views are listed and accessed in the Project Browser. This functions like a table of contents for your project in much the same way as a table of contents for a book tells you what the book contains, the Project Browser will tell you what views are contained in your project. And you'll use it to navigate to those various views.

So I'm in a file here called Condo, if you would like to follow along, and we want to look over here at the Project Browser. The Project Browser palette is typically located over on the left-hand corner of the screen, now it can be moved or relocated, it can even be closed, but I certainly don't recommend doing that. Let's start by what could happen if the Project Browser, or in fact the Properties pale...

Using the Project Browser
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Using the Project Browser 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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CAD
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Revit
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