Basically you just create a new design option set called "Grids" with a single primary option. Then simply place the grids in this design option and you are done. This way you can't accidentally move a grid without consciously activating the option. Safe and secure while still easy to edit. I'll be testing it out soon on a project near you.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Dave recently pointed out a great post on therevitkid.com showing a great explaination of how View Range works in Revit with a nice, clear handout.
See the original post here.
I have also saved the PDF on our server in S:\WHW BIM\Training\Literature\View Depth Handout - The Revit Kidt.pdf