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Mastering: Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2011 by James Vandezande, Phil Read, Eddy Krygiel

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Chapter 19. Annotating Your Design

No set of documents is complete without the annotations to describe the drawings. Even when working in Revit and using a digital, parametric model, you will still need to provide annotated documents. It is necessary to add dimensions, tags, text, and notes to the drawings to properly communicate with owners, contractors, and the rest of the design team.

In this chapter, you'll learn to:

  • Annotate with text and keynotes

  • Use tags

  • Adding Dimensions

  • Set project and shared parameters

Annotating with Text and Keynotes

Notes are a critical part of communicating design and construction intent to owners and builders. No drawing set is complete without descriptions of materials and the work (Figure 19.1).

Figure 19.1. An annotated ...

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