Exploring Other Editing Tools

A range of other editing tools are available in Revit, and we'll cover them in subsequent chapters when they're used in specific operations; however, there are a few tools you should know about now because they are generic tools you can put to immediate use on any project.

Using the Join Geometry Tool

Joining walls to floors and roofs creates clean-looking drawings, and Revit will attempt to create these joins automatically; however, in some cases, elements don't look right until they are explicitly joined. This is where the Join Geometry tool comes into play. This tool creates joins between floors, walls, ceilings, roofs, and slabs. A common use for this tool is in building sections, where floors and walls may appear ...

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