Join Ed Cotey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls.
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If you are a premium member of lynda.com you have access to the exercise files used throughout this title. I have downloaded to my desktop the exercise files. So let's go ahead and open them up. You click on it and it'll bring you right into all the chapters. If you go into a chapter. All the files that you need for each movie is included right here. Each movie includes a Revit project file, specifically made for the video you're watching. At the start of the video, please refer to the data set folder to locate that video.
In most cases, there's no need to save the project file after watching the video. In fact, don't save it so you can practice again since reptition is one of the best ways of getting proficient with Revit. In the data set you will notice that there's a 13 and a 14. That means that if you are using Revit 13 you can use that particular file. If you're using 14, you can use 14. If you're not a premium subscriber to lynda.com you don't have access to the exercise files, but you can follow along from scratch with your own assets.
So, let's get started.
- Drawing interior walls
- Configuring wall height and alignments
- Changing wall types
- Aligning and splitting walls
- Creating compound walls
- Adding doors and windows
- Working with the Family Editor
- Adding sweeps and trims to walls