Working with visibility and graphic overrides


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Working with visibility and graphic overrides

There are many instances when you'll have a need to control the way things display onscreen. In the previous movie we looked at the Object Styles command, which allowed us to change global settings like the line weight, or we could change actually the color or the Line styles in that dialog as well, but surprisingly, we can't use that method to actually hide and show objects. Now there are plenty of times when you might actually just want to hide something. Maybe I need to show a furniture plan and that's going to show one set of objects, and then I need to show a separate power or equipment plan and it's going to show some different objects.

So to turn things on and off, I actually have to use a different method, and so in this movie we're going to look at the Visibility Graphic Overrides feature. And this is a view-specific modification, so any changes I make here won't be global. They will actually apply only to the view that I am in. And I'm in ...

Working with visibility and graphic overrides
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Working with visibility and graphic overrides 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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