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Friday, May 09, 2008

Revit Fundamentals

The power of a database is that information can be easily accessed, managed, and updated. By
using a fixed categorization structure in Revit, you’re able to quickly identify elements, control
their visibility and graphics, and generate reports based on this information. The data is highly
structured, but you have tremendous liberty when it comes to the representation of that data. This
flexibility lets you have as many views as you want and/or need to convey your design intent.
Every view is a filtered, graphical representation of an underlying database, and you’re free to
make as many views as you deem necessary.
The sooner you embrace this concept and start exploring the opportunities it presents, the better.
If you can’t get your drawing to look just right, chances are you just haven’t dug deep enough.
Throughout this book, we’ll give you more suggestions and techniques that we hope will inspire
you to go that extra mile and start thinking outside the box.
In this chapter, you’ll learn the fundamental principles of Revit parametric elements and how
data is organized in Revit. You’ll also get an overview of the graphical user interface and walk
through the basics of selection and object manipulation.
In this chapter, you’ll learn how to do the following:
Work with and understand Revit parametric elements
Use the Revit user interface
Use the Project Browser
Navigate views and view properties

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