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*Chris Kendall
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Window Muntins

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03-27-2006 09:29 PM
Hi im just wanting to know how you would add muntins & transom rails to
windows.
Im having trouble with doing this.

Thanks Chris
*david
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Re: Window Muntins

03-28-2006 07:03 AM in reply to: *Chris Kendall
This noob has only done it once,
assuming you created your window in the family editor
or are editing an existing window family,
add the muttons as solid extrusions which you can make
to be modified in Element Properties with regards to things like width and
height of the horizontal run.
Any trim can be made the same way.



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Hi im just wanting to know how you would add muntins & transom rails to
windows.
Im having trouble with doing this.

Thanks Chris
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melarch
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Re: Window Muntins

03-29-2006 07:00 AM in reply to: *Chris Kendall
Try using the online tutorials that are in the HELP pull-down menu or there is a Autodesk_Revit_Building_8.1_Tutorials_Imperial.pdf file on your shipped CD or up on Autodesk website - "http://revit.autodesk.com/Building/8.1/common/download.asp?en-us" and select "Other Revit Building 8.1 Documents" the scroll down to "Autodesk Revit Building 8.1 Tutorial Files - Imperial" and select one of the file formats to download.

8.1 Tutorials (zip - 15351 Kb)
8.1 Tutorials (pdf - 31714 Kb)

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