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Introduction to Revit Architecture - Self Paced Online




Revit Architecture: The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Revit Architecture features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced components. Every course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical "Let Me Try" examples.

Built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), Autodesk Revit Architecture software helps you capture and analyze your most innovative design concepts and maintain your vision through documentation. The information-rich models that the software provides support decision making for sustainable design, clash detection, construction planning, and fabrication, while helping you work collaboratively with engineers, contractors, and owners. All design changes along the way are automatically updated throughout your evolving design and documentation, making for more coordinated processes and reliable documentation.

To get the most out of this course, we strongly recommend you review every topic within the course, and use all the learning styles to ensure you retain the important information within. We also encourage you to take all the progress tests to ensure you have retained the knowledge, and most importantly practice with the hundreds of real-world, Let Me Try examples.


This course is designed for the new Revit Architecture user.  It is recommended that you have a working knowledge of drafting, design or architectural principles and experience with Microsoft Windows. This training is compatible with Windows XP, Windows 8 and Windows 10.


Revit Architecture Course Outline

  • New for Revit
    New Features for Revit
    New Features for Revit Architecture
  • Introduction to Autodesk Revit Architecture
    User Interface Tour
    Browsers, Bars, Palettes and Windows
    Revit Architecture 2016 Help
  • Starting an Architectural Project
    Starting a New Architectural Project
    Navigation Tools
    Configuring Global Settings
  • Creating Walls
    Creating Architectural Walls
    Creating Architectural Walls II
  • Using Basic Building Components-I
    Adding Doors
    Adding Windows and Wall Openings
  • Using the Editing Tools
    Working with Selection Sets
    Editing Tools
    Editing Tools II
    Grouping Elements
    Retrieving Information About Elements
  • Working with Datum Planes and Creating Standard Views
    Working with Levels
    Working with Grids
    Working with Reference Planes and Work Planes
    Controlling the Display of Elements
    Working with Project Views
  • Using Basic Building Components-II
    Creating Floors
    Creating Roofs
    Shape Editing Tools
    Creating Ceilings
    Adding Rooms
  • Using Basic Building Components-III
    Working with Components
    Adding Stairs
    Adding Railings and Ramps
    Creating Curtain Walls
  • Adding Site Features
    Working With Site Features
    Property Lines and Building Pads
    Adding Site Components
  • Using Massing Tools
    Understanding Massing Concepts
    Creating Massing Geometry in the Family Editor
    Editing Massing Geometry in the Family Editor
    Massing in the Conceptual Design Environment
    Creating Massing Geometry in a Project
    Creating Building Elements from Massing Geometry
    Creating Families



  • Adding Annotations and Dimensions
    Adding Tags
    Room Tags
    Adding Symbols and Dimensions
    Dimensioning Terminology and Dimensioning Tools
    Adding Alternate Dimension Units and Spot Dimensions
  • Creating Project Details and Schedules
    Project Detailing in Autodesk Revit Architecture
    Crop Regions, Fills Patterns, and Detail Components
    Adding Text Notes
    Creating Drafting Views
    Revision Clouds
    Working with Schedules
  • Creating Drawing Sheets, and Plotting
    Creating Drawing Sheets
    Creating Duplicate Dependent Views
    Printing in Revit Architecture
  • Creating 3D Views
    Three Dimensional (3D) Views
    Dynamically Viewing Models with Navigation Tools
    Orienting a 3D View
    Generating Perspective Views
    Using a Section Box
  • Rendering Views and Creating Walkthroughs
    Rendering in Revit Architecture
    Working with Materials
    Lights, Decals and Entourage
    Rendering Settings
    Creating a Walkthrough
    Autodesk 360 | Rendering
  • Using Advanced Features
    Creating Structural Components
    Generating Multiple Design Options
    Using Area Analysis Tools
    Masking Regions
    Creating Displaced Views
    Color Schemes
    Working with Project Phasing Tools
  • Using Advanced Features II
    Worksharing Concepts
    Elements Families, Browsers, Generating Shadows
    Creating Solar Studies
    Working with Point Clouds
    Revit Architecture Interoperability
    Linking Building Models and Sharing Coordinates
    Working with Linked Models


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