Create, annotate, and refine project documentation to communicate the design intent to team members, consultants, clients, and contractors.
Create plans, elevations, sections, and callouts.
Create perspective and orthographic 3D views, and enhance them by adding a background, adjusting the camera position or extents, or changing view properties.
Create legends to list the building components and annotations used in a project.
Create schedules, quantities, and material takeoffs to quantify and analyze the components and materials used in a project.
Control the visibility and graphic display of model elements, datum elements, and view-specific elements for each view in a project.
Learn how to navigate and rotate views, create dependent views, use crop regions, organize views in the Project Browser, create view lists, define view settings, and more.
Define project phases (such as demolition and renovation) and apply phase filters to views and schedules to show the project during various stages of work.
Enhance construction documents with dimensions, text notes, keynotes, tags, and symbols.
Create detail views and drafting views. Add details, insulation, filled regions, and masking regions.
Show reinforcement in concrete columns, beams, walls, foundations, and structural floors.
Create sheets and add drawings and schedules to them. Customize title blocks, and manage revisions.
Use Revit to create a photorealistic image of the model.
Define a path through a building model, and create an animation or a series of images to show the model to clients.
Print, export, and publish Revit projects and files to share the design with clients, consultants, and other team members.