Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Basic settings, part of Revit Templates: System Settings.
- It can always be a challenge to know…exactly where to start when setting up…your Revit template files.…But in this movie we'll start with some of…the overall settings that apply to all projects.…Some of these are better candidates than others…for inclusion in your Office standard template file,…but all should be considered at least in a cursory manner.…Let's start with something like…the basic project information.…I made a file called Basic Settings,…but you can be in any file to explore these settings.…If I go to the Manage tab, there are a variety of settings…here on the Settings panel,…and then there's this long drop down here…with additional settings.…
In reality when you're setting up your template file…you really wanna consider pretty much…everything on this Settings panel.…Some will be more successful than others…as an ongoing standard.…Some of these settings inevitably…will have to change with each project.…For example, project information is one of those settings…that you really can't completely set…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
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Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Overall Settings
3. Layered Hosts
4. Nonlayered System Families
5. Other Template Settings
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