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  Revit 2017 Structure Fundamentals Autodesk ®® SDC   PUBLICATIONS Better Textbooks. Lower Prices.  Visit the following websites to learn more about this book:  Pwred by TCD  © 2016, ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge®  7–1 Chapter  Working with Views Views are the cornerstone of working with Autodesk ®  Revit ®  models as they enable you to see the model in both 2D and 3D. As you are working, you can duplicate and change views to display different information based on the same view of the model. Callouts, elevations, and sections are especially important views for construction documents. Learning Objectives in this Chapter  •Change the way elements display in different views to show required information and set views for construction documents.•Duplicate views so that you can modify the display as you are creating the model and for construction documents.•Create callout views of parts of plans, sections, or elevations for detailing.•Add building and interior elevations that can be used to demonstrate how a building will be built.•Create building and wall sections to help you create the model and to include in construction documents.   Autodesk Revit 2017 Structure Fundamentals 7–2 © 2016, ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge®  7.1 Setting the View Display Views are a powerful tool as they enable you to create multiple versions of a model without having to recreate building elements. For example, you can have views that are specifically used for working on the model, while other views are annotated and used for construction documents. Different disciplines can have different views that show only the features they require, as shown in Figure7–1. Figure7–1 The view display can be modified in the following locations:•View Control Bar •Properties•Shortcut menu•Visibility/Graphic Overrides dialog box  Architectural Structural   Working with Views © 2016, ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge®  7–3 Hiding andOverridingGraphics Two common ways to customize a view are to:•Hide individual elements or categories•Modify how graphics display for elements or categories (e.g.,altering lineweight, color, or pattern) An element is an individual item such as one wall in a view, while a category includes all instances of a selected element, such as all walls in a view. For example, you can gray out all foundation elements by modifying the category in a Structural Plan, as shown in Figure7–2. Figure7–2 How To: Hide Elements or Categories in a view 1.Select the elements or categories you want to hide.2.Right-click and select Hide in View>Elements  or   Hide in View>Category , as shown in Figure7–3.3.The elements or categories are hidden in current view only.  A quick way to hide entire categories is to select an element(s) and type VH  . Figure7–3
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