Using cutaway views


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Using cutaway views

Most of the movies in this chapter were about editing the graphics of the display onscreen. This one is related in the sense that we're going to still be modifying the way we're seeing our model, but it doesn't really have anything to do with editing graphics. What we are going to do instead is actually customize a view entirely. So looking at my stair here and maybe I want to have a better understanding of how my stair's coming together. It might be nice to have a 3D view of this. Now I could certainly use some of the techniques we've covered in this chapter so far, and I could do a 3D view, and then I could come in here and start hiding elements that are in my way.

Peel off the roof and maybe hide some doors, and I could do this with Temporary Hide, like you see here onscreen, or I could do it with Permanent Hide, what have you. It gets a little tedious, and we might still not even get exactly the view we want. It turns out that there is actually a much easier way to ...

Using cutaway views
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Using cutaway 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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