Revealing Hidden Lines in Revit By Alice Craig, Hagerman & Company
This tip by Alice Craig focuses on displaying hidden lines by adjusting the view properties for the current view in the Properties palette.
Revit or FormIt for Massing? By Jim Cowan, Ideate Solutions
Revit and FormIt each have strengths and weaknesses when it comes to Massing. Ideate highlights the differences and how you can use them together.
Tips on Splitting Views on Multiple Sheets in Revit By Ieva Januleviciute, AGACAD Architect & BIM Application Engineer
It's useful to know a few tricks on splitting sheets in Revit, making it a lot easier, faster and smoother. So what is the best way? AGACAD tells you.
Working on a Revit Project with Autodesk Vault By Nicholas Bowley, IMAGINiT Building Solutions
When working in Vault do not use Open from Vault to open your project. Each time you Sync to Central, the project will be Vaulted. Learn more.
Improved Text Export to DWG in Revit 2017 By Katrina Rodriguez, Ideate Solutions
Who doesn't want reduce manual editing time? Check out these time saving enhancements to the Revit text editor when exporting from RVT to DWG.
Explore and Choose Worksets from Revit By Jordan Mussett, IMAGINiT Building Solutions
Need help choosing the workset from your linked files? Revit has a new option to do so. Here is how to use it to your advantage.
Fixing Type Catalog Issues By Steve Stafford, Revit OpEd
Having trouble with the Type Catalog in Revit not working? Steve Stafford of Revit OpEd explains a quick and easy fix.
Install Error While Deploying Revit 2016 BDS By Sherry Pittman, IMAGINiT Technologies
An error sometimes occurs with when installing both Premium and Ultimate versions of Building Design Suites 2015 and 2016. Here is a quick fix.
Should Rooms be Part of Groups in Revit? By Steve Stafford, Revit OpEd
This tip from Steve Stafford of Revit OpEd offers some discrepancy with his readers in regards to whether or not rooms should be included in groups.
Using Key Scheduling in Revit By Matt Johnson, Hagerman & Company
To make schedules within Revit more efficient and precise, key schedules can be used to categorize instances of objects quickly and easily.
Using Sketchy Lines in Autodesk Revit By Alice Craig, Hagerman and Company
Using the Sketchy Lines option for the Graphic Display you can take your conceptual steps further, and faster in Revit.