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Introducing Revit® Architecture 2009: BIM for Beginners by Eddy Krygiel, Tatjana Dzambazova, Greg Demchak

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Chapter 9. Sheets

In previous chapters, we discussed how to create a model in Revit and how to make standard views to represent the model. We've explored how to create plans, sections, callouts, elevations, and 3D views of a BIM model. This chapter starts by looking at the properties of views and what these all mean. We then move on to sheets, and explore how to get your views onto sheets. In Revit, getting your views onto sheets is extremely easy: you simply drag and drop views from the Project Browser onto sheet views. Because every view has a scale, you see the effect immediately, and if you have to change scale or crop the view, you can do so in the context of the sheet. You can then print, export, or publish these sheets for use.

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