Chapter 12. Printing

We've reviewed how to create building elements, generate views, and get these views onto sheets. We also covered how to export the information you create in Revit so that it can be used by other downstream applications.

In this chapter, we'll review paper printing as well as some lightweight digital outputs (PDF and DWF). We'll also look at how to take advantage of Autodesk Design Review in conjunction with Revit as a way to exchange digital markups. We will then offer some best-practice tips on printing. Topics we'll cover include:

  • Printing your documents

  • Revit printing tips

  • Export your BIM data

Printing Your Documents

In this section, we'll discuss a few of the specific settings and commands you'll use to print from Revit. If ...

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