"sbsaint" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> that says alot about your company, if it doesnt understand how to make
> something it just buys out the guys that do.
online for free that will help. There are YouTube videos and self paced
pdf's, some from Autodesk that I think work just fine.
However no matter what you read or learn as long as you insist that Revit
work like any other software than Revit you will not get past your
frustration. No Revit isn't perfect but you have to deal with it as it is
not how you think it should be.
"sbsaint" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> I came here hoping someone would help me out with Revit, and all ive heard
> are the same things. Oh you need to "spend more money on training" "Its
> not the softwares fault" its yours... Ive had more help from people
> giving their products away for free, the only thing ive seen here are
> salesmen. I guess 5k doesnt buy you that much from this company.
Badmouthing a product isn't a good way to ask for help, IMO. It gives the impression that you have already judged the product as lacking and thus any help volunteered would fall on deaf ears. And you are in the wrong place; there are groups explicitly for Revit both here, AUGI, and elsewhere where you can get very specific help.
If you are going to fly by the seat of your pants, expect friction burns.
Adopt. Adapt. Overcome. Or be overcome.
And yes it is what every company does. Anytime a company hires someone for
their knowledge or experience. It is the exact same thing on different
scales. Buying a company preserves not only the knowledge and experience of
the individuals (which is what you get by hiring someone) but of the
institution something that could take a decade or more to reproduce from
"sbsaint" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> says alot to me. And really Not every company does.
Really do a google search before complaining you would have to fly
"sbsaint" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> So then why dont you train me, and pay my $2400 round trip ticket to go
> get training. This product is costing more money than the time its
> supposed to save.