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    F1 = Autodesk Wiki

    It´s already been mentioned in a few threads, but for those who missed it.

    When working in Revit, and hitting "F1" for the help files, you are now redirected to the brand new "Autodesk Wiki" site.

    While still in its youth, I (personally) think that it can become a major resource for everyone using Revit. So I´d like to encourage everyone to have a look at it, and not least to contribute with your tips and tricks, or tutorials.

    At the end of the day, the Wiki and this forum is all about the same... Helping out each other, and the Revit users in general. :beer:

    AUTODESK REVIT WIKI
    Klaus Munkholm
    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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    Somehow I miss the old 2000 page PDF file. You can find pretty much everything in there. I got the feeling that the wiki at this moment doesn't have the content of what the old pdf file had.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Andrew P View Post
      Somehow I miss the old 2000 page PDF file. You can find pretty much everything in there. I got the feeling that the wiki at this moment doesn't have the content of what the old pdf file had.
      The content has basically been ported over from CHM/PDF help to WebHelp to Wiki Help. There has been some refactoring along the way but most of the information is the same.
      Jeff Hanson
      Sr. Subject Matter Expert
      Autodesk, Revit - User Experience

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        #4
        Originally posted by Munkholm View Post
        At the end of the day, the Wiki and this forum is all about the same... Helping out each other, and the Revit users in general. :beer:
        Exactly. Like Jeff said, the content hasn't changed, we're just trying to facilitate conversations and lead everyone to solutions that work best for them.

        We just started up a Twitter feed to promote tips, help topics, best practices from everywhere in our community. Follow us at @RevitWikiHelp
        Kevin Dolley
        Autodesk Revit User Experience Team
        Follow us on Twitter! @RevitWikiHelp

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