In the contextual tab>Draw panel, as shown in Figure 2–2, select a drawing tool.
How do I show a panel bar in Revit?
Right-click in an empty (gray) area of the ribbon, and select Show Panel Titles.
How do I start drawing in Revit?
Open Revit LT, and on the Revit Home page, click New. In the dialog, select Architectural Template to start a project using the default template. In the Project Browser, under Elevations (Building Elevation), double-click South to open the South view in the drawing area.
How do you select a panel in Revit?
To select all panels on a curtain host element, right-click the host element, and click Select Panels on Host. You can then select an individual panel, right-click, and click Select Panels to access the following options for selecting multiple panels: Panels along Vertical Grid (available for curtain walls only)
How do you expand a panel in Revit?
By default, an expanded panel closes automatically when you click outside the panel. To keep a panel expanded while its ribbon tab is displayed, click the push pin icon in the bottom-left corner of the expanded panel.
How do you select a mullion in Revit?
Click Architecture tab Build panel (Mullion). Select the desired mullion type in the Type Selector. On the Modify | Place Mullion tab Placement tab, select one of the following tools: Grid Line: When you click a grid line in the drawing area, this tool places a mullion across the entire grid line.
How do I enable Properties panel in Revit?
Opening the Properties Palette
- Click Modify tab Properties panel (Properties).
- Click View tab Windows panel User Interface drop-down Properties.
- Right-click in the drawing area, and click Properties.
How do I reset an interface in Revit?
You can reset the ribbon and other user interface settings by deleting the UIState. dat file. Note: Deleting this file removes customizations to the ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar, and restores the default user interface.
What file format is Revit?
Revit supports a wide range of industry standards and file formats, including: Revit native formats: RVT, RFA, RTE, RFT. CAD formats: DGN, DWF, DWG, DXF, IFC, SAT, and SKP. Image formats: BMP, PNG, JPG, JPEG, and TIF.