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Autodesk� Revit� Architecture 2010 in Practice

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ISBN-10: 0763776300

ISBN-13: 9780763776305

Edition: 2011

Authors: Inc Staff Kogent Learning Solutions

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Revit 2010 In Practice provides basic, step by step instructions for getting started and using the Revit software.this book covers only the basics to illustrate the myriad 2D/3D drawing and editing functions for this popular yet complex application. A DVD is included with every new copy of the text and includes all the drawing lessons in the text, the ability to view third-party software applications,all of the book's figures in color, a trial version of Revit 2010. Revit 2010 In Practice demonstrates how to design small buildings from concept through actual plotting.
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Book details

List price: $47.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 7/7/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 1.320
Language: English

Introducing Autodesk“ Revit“ Architecture 2010
Understanding the Basic Concepts and Principles of Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010
The Autodesk Revit Architecture Project
Levels in a Building Model
The Autodesk Revit Architecture Families
Element Categories
New and Improved Features of Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010
Enhanced User Interface
Conceptual Design Environment
Interoperability
Worksharing
Visibility and Graphics Enhancements
Details and Annotations
Macros Development with Revit VSTA
Documentation
Installing Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010
Opening Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010
Understanding the User Interface
Title Bar
Application Button
Quick Access Toolbar
Ribbon
Tabs and Contextual Tabs
Panels and Expanded Panels
Dialog Launcher
Tools
Type Selector
InfoCenter
Keytips and Tooltips
Options Bar
Project Browser
Drawing Area
View Control Bar
Status Bar
Using Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010 Help
Exiting Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010
Working with Projects and Elements
Creating a New Project
Sketching Elements
Saving a Project
Closing a Project
Opening an Existing Project
Selecting an Element
Modifying an Element
Moving an Element
Rotating an Element
Flipping an Element
Mirroring an Element
Resizing an Element
Copying, Cutting, and Pasting an Element
Trimming and Extending an Element
Creating an Array of Elements
Creating a Linear Array
Creating a Radial Array
Grouping Elements
Aligning Elements
Deleting an Element
Working with Project Views and Work Planes
Working with Project Views
Exploring Project View Types
Using Visibility and Graphic Display in Project Views
Hiding Elements in a View
Cropping a View
Rotating a View
Working with Work Planes
Working with Basic Building Components
Understanding the Workflow of a Building Project
Working with Walls
Exploring Wall Types
Creating Interior and Exterior Walls
Adding Doors to a Wall
Adding Windows to a Wall
Adding Free-Standing Components
Creating a Floor
Creating a Roof
Adding a Roof by Footprint
Adding a Roof by Extrusion
Creating a Ceiling
Creating an Automatic Ceiling
Sketching a Ceiling
Cutting Openings
Attaching the Wall to Other Elements
Creating Stairs
Creating Stairs by Sketching Runs
Creating Stairs by Sketching Boundaries and Risers
Creating Spiral Staircases
Creating a Railing
Creating a Ramp
Creating Architectural Columns
Creating a Column
Attaching and Detaching Columns
Using Curtain Elements
Creating a Curtain Wall
Adding Curtain Grids
Creating a Model Text
Using Rooms
Creating and Tagging a Room
Computing the Room Area and Volume
Working with Site Design
Using Toposurfaces
Creating a Toposurface
Adding a Toposurface Subregion in a Toposurface
Splitting a Toposurface
Merging Toposurfaces
Using Property Lines
Creating a Building Pad
Adding Parking Components
Adding Site Components
Working with Massing Studies
Exploring Massing Studies
Using a Mass Family
Creating an In-Place Mass
Adding a Mass Instance from a Mass Family
Merging Mass Instances
Creating a Mass Floor
Creating a Wall from a Mass Face
Creating a Floor from a Mass Floor
Creating a Curtain System from a Mass Instance
Creating a Roof from a Mass Instance
Annotation and Detailing
Creating Text Notes
Creating Grids
Creating Levels
Creating a Keynote
Adding a Tag
Adding a Symbol
Adding an Insulation
Working with Labels
Creating a Label
Applying a Label to a Tag
Working with Detailing
Creating a Detail View
Creating a Drafting View
Working with Construction Documents
Using Sheets
Creating a Sheet
Adding Views to a Sheet
Adding an Image to a Sheet
Creating a Title Block
Using Viewports
Creating a Viewport Type
Applying a Viewport Type to a View
Altering a View Title
Adding a Schedule to a Sheet
Using Drawing Lists
Creating a Drawing List
Excluding a Sheet from a Drawing List
Using Revisions
Describing the Revision Workflow
Inserting Revision Information
Using Revision Clouds
Inserting Revisions in a Revision Schedule
Issuing a Revision
Printing a Construction Document
Rendering Basics
Understanding the Rendering Workflow
Using Lights
Creating a Lighting Fixture
Adding a Lighting Fixture to a Building Model
Setting the Light Source
Displaying a Light Source in a View
Controlling the Position of a Spotlight in a Building Model
Adding Plants and an Entourage
Using Decals
Creating a Decal Type
Setting a Decal in a View
Rendering an Image
Index