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Introducing Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2011 by Beau Turner, Patrick Davis, Charlie Busa, Stephen Stafford

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Chapter 5. Visibility Controls

We all want control. A design document has a purpose, and how it is prepared either enables or hinders that purpose. Revit has a collection of features and tools that are intended to provide the control you want in order to ensure that your documents fit their purpose. Some tools are exceedingly simple, and others are a bit convoluted. Often, the more convoluted a tool or feature is, the more granular the control you have becomes. This control not only helps define how well your documents tell the story, but it also can create the need to be a very good detective when the plot of the story goes astray.

Chapter 2, "Views," focused on how views work and what you can do with them. This chapter is focused on the appearance ...

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