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livi-99
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Project Browser missing items

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02-06-2012 05:04 AM

I've just downloaded the student revit-architecture, however even after reinstalling I cannot find the elevations in 'Project Browser'. I only have floor plans and ceiling plans. Is it hidden somewhere? Tutors cant find it either

thanks in advance

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loboarch
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Re: Project Browser missing items

02-06-2012 05:15 AM in reply to: livi-99

You have to create an elevation view in order for the "elevations" node in the project browser to show up.  Only views that are actually in the project are listed in the project browser.

 

Go to a plan view of your model and place an elevation marker, then the elevations node will be listed.



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panchomorones
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Re: Project Browser missing items

08-23-2012 09:32 PM in reply to: livi-99

I've been using Revit for several years and in all the previous versions of revit, whenever I create a new project, the project browser Elevation Views (North, South, East, West) appear by default. However I recently installed Revit 2013 and the elevation views do not appear by default. Is there anyway I can make them appear every time I create a new project?

Thanks

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maxlol
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Re: Project Browser missing items

12-14-2012 10:05 AM in reply to: panchomorones

I am also in this trouble bro.....I installed autodesk Revit 2011 but i am not finding the Elevation view(left,right,south,east) views...Just getting the floor plan and ceiling plan...How can I get them for any new project so that i can always make new levels for my designing..Basically need the Help greatly.............................:smileysad:

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maxlol
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Re: Project Browser missing items

12-14-2012 10:07 AM in reply to: loboarch

 I am also in this trouble bro.....I installed autodesk Revit 2011 but i am not finding the Elevation view(left,right,south,east) views...Just getting the floor plan and ceiling plan...How can I get them for any new project so that i can always make new levels for my designing..Basically need the Help greatly.............................:smileysad:

 

Need help from Autodesk...........

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loboarch
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Re: Project Browser missing items

12-14-2012 12:40 PM in reply to: maxlol

It sounds like you are not starting from a template file.  The elevations should be in a template file.  Make sure your installation included the content.



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maxlol
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Re: Project Browser missing items

12-14-2012 12:51 PM in reply to: loboarch

It's ok when I am starting from a template file from c drive....But when I am starting a new project,then why the elevation or I can't see the East,west,left,right view  in the project Browser panel...Can I load anything from templates from the installed drive to get the left,right,east,west note and to make levels?  Thanks for your kind responding...

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maxlol
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Re: Project Browser missing items

12-14-2012 02:02 PM in reply to: livi-99

Hey Bro.....I am okay now..Really i was in a problem to set the default template path...I set it now the default location for templates and family content in C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\RAC 2011.And really it worked great..Thanks a lot ...Now please would you give me some links of PDF'S as I want to perform well in Autodesk revit designing as I am an Artichect..And i also learnt autocad..So please help me by giving the necessary links of books or Pdf's for the user manual of revit 2011 as I can get much help from them by downloading them from net...Hope to hear you....Really feeling so happy................:smileyhappy: 

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