Project Organization

If you're coming from a 2D CAD background, you're already familiar with a lot of terms and concepts that don't have exact corollaries in Revit. You're probably used to thinking in terms of what needs to be drawn and coordinated: plans, sections, elevations, details, schedules, and so on. You're also used to keeping that information in a lot of separate files that have to be linked together in order to reference other parts of the building. And you're used to being allowed to have only one person in one file at a time (which can be particularly frustrating from a workflow standpoint). And finally, maintaining all your project settings and management is a struggle across so many disconnected files.

Revit contains all these ...

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