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Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2012 Essentials: AUTODESK OFFICIAL TRAINING GUIDE by James Vandezande, Eddy Krygiel, Phil Read

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CHAPTER 11

Details and Annotations

As you've seen so far, you can use Revit to create walls, doors, roofs, and floors; to define space; and to bring your architectural ideas into three-dimensional form. In each of these cases, the geometry is typically modeled based on a design intent, meaning that your goal isn't to model everything but enough to demonstrate what the building is going to look like. To this end, it becomes necessary to embellish parts of the model or specific views with detailed information to help clarify what you've drawn. This embellishment takes the shape of 2D detail elements in Revit that you will use to augment views and add extra information.

In this chapter, you learn the following skills:

  • Creating details
  • Annotating ...

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