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Understanding the top of the view range

Understanding the top of the view range: Revit: View Range
Understanding the top of the view range: Revit: View Range

The portion of the view range above the cut but below the top is the top of the view range. Any element that falls within this zone will display only if it belongs to the Casework, Windows or Generic Models categories. Other elements can be customized in the family editor to force them to display as needed. How an element in the top of view range displays is controlled by its family and visibility/graphics settings.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 27m
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Architecture CAD 2D Drawing 3D Drawing Revit

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