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JessieW
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Registered: ‎12-11-2004
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Roof Overhangs.. I need help

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12-11-2004 01:39 PM
I'm a high school student trying to learn Revit, but unfortunately I know more about it than my teachers so I can't ever ask questions. So when created a roof, I don't know how to get an overhang. I've browsed around and can't seem to find an option for it! If you know how to do it please help.
*Steve Burri
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Re: Roof Overhangs.. I need help

12-11-2004 06:34 PM in reply to: JessieW
Before you select the wall from which to create your roof, set a desired value for you overhang in the "Options Toolbar"... The "Options Toolbar" is probably the most overlooked portion of the Revit interface. -- Regards, Steve Burri Autodesk, Inc Client Support Manager - Revit "JessieW" wrote in message news:1499806.1102801219135.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I'm a high school student trying to learn Revit, but unfortunately I know more about it than my teachers so I can't ever ask questions. So when created a roof, I don't know how to get an overhang. I've browsed around and can't seem to find an option for it! If you know how to do it please help.
*Stacey Conrad
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Re: Roof Overhangs.. I need help

12-14-2004 07:05 AM in reply to: JessieW
I totally understand! I took a college coarse on Autodesk Inventor. The instructor was new to the software and his "instruction" was basically learn it with the students. Doesn't Work! I had used Inventor some, but took the coarse to learn more. Instead I ended up teaching the teacher and class the small amount I knew. It is frustrating. Trying to learn, when their is no one to learn from. Stick with it, and really absorb all the online resources you can! Stacey Conrad VCP&A Engineering Services for Industry sconrad@vcaw.com "JessieW" wrote in message news:1499806.1102801219135.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I'm a high school student trying to learn Revit, but unfortunately I know more about it than my teachers so I can't ever ask questions. So when created a roof, I don't know how to get an overhang. I've browsed around and can't seem to find an option for it! If you know how to do it please help.
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