Using constraints


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Using constraints

So I'm here in the Constraints file from the Chapter 4/Exercise Files, and I'm going to add a little bit more smarts to the position of some of the objects in the model. Let's start with this closet right over here. So I'm going to zoom in on this area, and you'll notice that that closet door is not quite centered very well. If the builder built it that way, we'd all be a little bit upset, right? So, I'm going to go to the Annotate Tab, and I'm going to add a Permanent Dimension. Now so far, we've seen Temporary Dimensions, but what a Permanent Dimension is is a dimension that actually stays onscreen even after we deselect all the objects.

So let me go ahead and add this one. I'm going to use Tab Key to highlight the inside face of the wall. Then I'm going to move over here and highlight the door, and you'll see how it will actually find the center the door, and then I'll click that, and then I'm going to Tab again to find the inside f...

Using constraints
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Using constraints 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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