Using object styles


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Using object styles

As your work progresses, you'll find times when you wish to change the way some of the various elements display onscreen and/or in output. There are various tools available in Revit which make changes both globally across the entire project and in a much more specific and isolated way. Each of the movies in this chapter will explore the topic with progressively more specificity. Here we will begin with the global project-wide settings. So I am looking at a file called Office, and it's in the Chapter 8 Exercise Files, and we have a few little challenges that we want to address in this particular view, and I am going to zoom in right about here.

Notice that the line weight that's used on the wall is kind of bold and heavy. It may be a little easier to see over here on the right, nice and bold here for the walls, and then the floor is not so much. So it doesn't quite look as appealing as it ought to. I mean you really want the floor to have the same sort of punch that the w...

Using object styles
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Using object styles 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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