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  • scottdwilson
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    I wish changes to the QAT were saved immediately rather than when a Revit session is ended. I've had many occasions where Revit crashes and my changes to the QAT are lost.

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  • Dave Jones
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    Originally posted by mark b View Post
    Oh to be a noob again, where everthing is new and exciting !!!
    Seriously Dave QAT is great just wish you could adjust icon size.
    You may or may not know but if you right click on the properties drop down you can add that as well.

    Also FYI

    options bar right click there is an option to dock at bottom. This is my preference on my 30" monitor.
    thanks Mark, I tried the QAT at the bottom for awhile and it didn't suit me. To each their own. I never thought about having the QAT icons larger as I can see them fine on my 24" monitor ?? And, larger takes screen real estate! But with your 30" it's probably not a big problem

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  • mark b
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    Originally posted by Dave Jones View Post
    I'm a beginner and just discovered that you can right click on any tool button on any ribbon and it allows you to add that command to the QAT (Quick Access Toolbar). Might be of use to other noobs ? All of you experienced Revit users...carry on with what you were doing before I bothered you
    Oh to be a noob again, where everthing is new and exciting !!!
    Seriously Dave QAT is great just wish you could adjust icon size.
    You may or may not know but if you right click on the properties drop down you can add that as well.

    Also FYI

    options bar right click there is an option to dock at bottom. This is my preference on my 30" monitor.
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  • Dave Jones
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    Add to QAT

    I'm a beginner and just discovered that you can right click on any tool button on any ribbon and it allows you to add that command to the QAT (Quick Access Toolbar). Might be of use to other noobs ? All of you experienced Revit users...carry on with what you were doing before I bothered you

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