Creating an Elevation

I saved the best view for last—or at least the most popular. Elevations are essential for any project—so essential, in fact, that Revit provides four of them before you place a single wall into the model. The four shapes that represent houses that were in the model at the beginning of the book are elevation markers, as shown in Figure 3.74. These markers are typically handy but are most certainly in the way now. The first thing you need to do is to move one of them out of the way. The second thing you need to do is to create a few new ones!

To start manipulating elevations, follow along:

  1. Go to the Level 1 floor plan. In the eastern part of the corridor, there is an elevation. Yours may be in a slightly different location ...

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