A new project
The configuration dialog
The last project you worked on
The Recent files window
You can change the type using the Type Selector.
The Type Selector becomes inactive.
The Type Selector lets you change the element properties.
The Type Selector appears in the Architecture contextual ribbon.
Is grayed out.
Shows the properties of the last element selected.
Shows the properties of the current view.
Is not visible.
That change only appears in that particular view.
The change is propagated i n all views.
You should save the Revit project file.
A new family component is created.
You can only create grids when working in a Plan view.
Grids appear in any view that is perpendicular to the grid lines.
You must open the grid type properties if you want to change the grid number.
Grid labels only appear in the view in which the grid was created.
Change the family type.
Change the wall type.
Change the instance properties.
Modify its type properties.
Use the door tool as you would for any other type of wall.
Change the panel type to a curtain wall door panel.
Doors cannot be added to a curtain wall.
Use the curtain wall door tool.
Lets you specify the slopes of the roof.
Creates a flat roof.
Causes the roof to slope perpendicular to the slope-defining edge.
Causes the roof to slope parallel to the slope-defining edge
In the instance properties dialog for the roof.
In the type properties dialog for the roof.
By the top profile of the roof.
Using the slope arrow tool.
Pick the layer.
Add a door.
Create an extrusion.