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Revit Beginner

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05-16-2012 04:23 PM

So, is it fair to say that the general concensus regarding text and paragraph formatting in Revit is waaay below standard?? and there are a number of very obvious tools and capabilites missing?!?  

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vector2
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Re: Revit Beginner

05-16-2012 07:35 PM in reply to: damo3

Maybe if you want Revit to be a word processor instead

of a building maker, sure.

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Re: Revit Beginner

05-16-2012 08:34 PM in reply to: vector2

With all due respect Vector, its not a building maker... (thats called SketchUp)... its a documentation tool. To document, you need text. I've never seen a set of drawings with no text on them. Considering Revit Architecture is being taken up in lieu of AutoCAD, one would think that the comprhensive text tools in AutoCAD werent just a gimmick.

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Re: Revit Beginner

05-17-2012 03:02 AM in reply to: damo3

damo3 wrote:

its a documentation tool. To document, you need text.



Yes you are probably right damo3, maybe Revit needs better 

text.

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