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    Help AutoCAD bulding to 3d model in Revit

    Could any one volunteer to show me how to build houses in Revit. If you can would you use my house from autocad. I was hoping you can show me through screen sharing so you can show me step by step the best ways.

    I will be extremlly appreciated if you help
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    #2
    Welcome to the forum, diggnation. I am afraid that the answer to your question goes beyond the scope of the forum. The forum is a great resource for specific questions, especially for those whose answers are not in any books or in the syllabus of any formal training. However, for as much as you can learn in a forum, it will never be a replacement for the basic training on the application. I recommend you to read or watch the tutorials that come in the help documents of Revit, try by yourself, and if you get stuck at some point, visit the forum, and use the search function; if you don't find what you need in the search results, then post a new thread with a very specific subject. We will be happy to help you.
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      #3
      But, there is a guy who did just this and posted a whole bunch of videos about it. Here's the first post: http://revit-detail.blogspot.com/201...ent-intro.html
      Martijn de Riet
      Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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        #4
        The tutorials were really helpful to me when I started out. If you go through them all, you should be able to tackle a small house in Revit with no problem.

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          #5
          OK thanks for the input guys. Right now I'm stuck on the roof. I keep trying different things but i cant seem to do it. Can some one get on team viewer with me and see what I'm doing wrong?
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            #6
            You might want to try and make some screenshots as an attachment and give some more insight as to what the problem is. Would like to help you but I for one browse this forum on coffee and sigaret breaks, and do have to get some work done every once and a while. So the more precise you are, the quicker we can help.
            Martijn de Riet
            Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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            Planta1 Revit Online Consulting

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