The view range dialog contains four user customizable settings. Explore the view range dilaog in this video and learn how to change the settings and the impact that changes will have on the display of your floor plan.
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- [Voiceover] In this video, I wanna talk about…how we can actually adjust the view range settings.…So we'll explore the view range dialogue…and talk about the various settings…and how we can change them.…So the first thing I'd like to do…is kind of introduce you to the exercise file a little bit.…So the easiest way to do that is over in this section…that I've called "Labeled Categories".…So if I open that one up,…you will see that it is a long section…cutting through the entire building…and all of the various objects are labeled…with the name of their categories.…So we have some roofs, some walls, and specialty equipment.…
And what I've tried to do here…is just do a collection of various categories…so that you can see throughout the course of this…and the next several videos…how the categories impact the work we're gonna do…on view range.…And so, they'll be plenty of that to come in future videos.…If I zoom over here on the right,…I also wanna talk about some of the labels…that I've added over here.…I've got some dimensions and some numbers here.…
Both floor plans and reflected ceiling plans will be considered, as well as roof and foundation plans. Once you have completed this course, you will finally understand exactly how Revit view range works.