Revit Dimensions

A small tip which you might have forgotten or you are not using….

We can delete any dimension from a full dimension string. ūüôā

Revit Dimension -Tip

We can just press Tab button and select one dimension from this full string and delete.

Revit Dimension -Tip-1

Hoping that this information will be useful to Revit beginners and also for those who are not using this.



Revit Workflow for Beginners

The time when you start a practice project. Try taking a small project so that the understanding of the workflow and elements becomes more clear.

5 easy steps to follow.

  • Start a new project
  • Build the model :- try gathering the maximum information required to build the model
  • Information of other disciplines :- try adding entities of other disciplines, if the project is architecture design then add few structural and MEP elements, just a basic families.
  • Document the model:- Add Annotations (tagging and dimension every element)
  • Present a model :- Prepare a small presentation,use sheet setup, 3d sections etc.

These steps are only for the early learners of revit, when they want to start a practice project to check their capabilities.


Revit Shortcuts For Daily Use.

These are just the default shortcuts, which i have sorted out as most commonly used. those can also be modified as per your convenience. which is already explained in one of my post.
Revit Shortcuts (A-Z)
AA                          Align
AP                          Group Objects
CC                          Copy
CS                          Create Similar
DD                         Align Dimension
DE                          Delete
DI                           Dimension
DL                          Detail Line
DM                         Mirror From Drawn Line
DR                          Door
EL                          Spot Elevation
GP                          Group
LC                          Link CAD
LR                          Line Model
MA                        Match Type Properties
MI                         Mirror
MM                       Mirror From Axis
MN                        Manage Link
MV                        Move
OF                         Offset
PB                         Project Browser
PN                        Pin
RE                         Scale
RG                         Remove Object from Group
RM                        Room
RO                         Rotate
RP                         Reference Plane
SA                         Select All Instances
SC                         Snap Center
SE                         Snap End
SI                          Snap Intersection
SL                         Splits an Element
SM                        Snap Middle
SN                         Snap Nearest
SP                          Snap Perpendicular
TG                         Tag
TR                         Trim
TX                         Text
UG                        Ungroup
UP                         Unpin
VG                         Adjust Visibility Graphics
VP                         View Properties
VV                         View Manager
WA                        Wall
WN                        Window
ZE                          Zoom Extents
ZO                          Zoom Out
ZX                          Zoom to Fit
ZZ                          Zoom in Region

Project Browser and Properties Bar Not Visible.

This is one of the most common question that comes around while teaching REVIT to beginners .

Incidentally when u close your PROJECT BROWSER and PROPERTIES BAR in revit.



Under the View Tab go to User Interface and check the box in front of Project Browser and Properties.


Elevations in Revit has always been a hassle when it comes to showing depth , there are many workarounds for this

Here is a simple & quick trick which I think might be helpful to all.

The elevations in revit can look beautiful and as crisp as cad elevations, thanks to filled regions and line styles.