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    Revit OpEd: Introducing Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 Shipping

    I worked with Patrick Davis, Martin Tauer, Charlie Busa and Angela MacDonnell on the update to the previous book. I've been told the "my" copy has been shipped which usually means that it is available for shipping to everyone.

    It wasn't just a replace 2011 with 2012 exercise. Each chapter got looked at with fresh editor eyes which in some cases generated some fairly substantial rework/freshening. Naturally there are some new features in 2012 that needed to be covered. The chapters were shuffled and even replaced/added. Bottom line is that it isn't the same old book...retouched and shipped. It's still focused on general knowledge and concepts so it plays well as the "little brother" to Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012.

    You can read more about it at the Wiley site as well as ordering it. Naturally you can get it at Amazon or Barnes & Noble too.

    Here's the Table of Contents:
    1 - The Revit User Interface
    2 - Navigations Tools, Views, and View Properties
    3 - Constraints and Dimensions
    4 - Modeling Basics
    5 - Advanced Modeling
    6 - Visibility Controls
    7 - Introduction to Families
    8 - Creating Families
    9 - Massing
    10 - Groups
    11 - Rendering
    12 - Working with other files
    13 - Rooms and Ares
    14 - Tags, Schedules, and Keynotes
    15 - Detailing
    16 - Sheets
    17 - Design Options
    18 - Phasing
    19 - Revit for Interiors
    20 - Worksharing

    Click here to view the entire blog post.

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