There are two types of dimensions in Revit: Temporary and Permanent. Temporary dimensions appear when you place or select elements, but disappear when that action is completed. Permanent dimensions need to be added for documentation and they are view-specific (they are displayed only on the view that they are being added to). In this tutorial, you will learn about,

  • Temporary Dimension
  • Permanent Dimension
    • Adding dimension to a project
    • Baseline and Ordinate Dimension
    • Spot dimensions
    • Dimension witness line

Temporary Dimension

Video Tutorial:

Learn what temporary dimensions are and how to control them in this video tutorial – by BIMscape

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Permanent Dimension

Adding Dimension to a Project

Video Tutorials:

Learn how to add different types of permanent dimension to add dimension to your project with this video tutorial – by Balkan Architect

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Baseline and Ordinate Dimensions:

Video Tutorial:

Learn how to add baseline and ordinate dimensions to a project with this video tutorial – by John Bordeau

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Spot Dimensions

Video Tutorial:

Learn about adding Spot eleveations, Spot Coordinates and Spot slope in this video tutorial – by CADclips

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Dimension Witness Lines

Witness lines are the lines that indicate which elements do the dimensions refer to. You can move the witness lines of the temporary as well as the permanent dimension to a new reference point. The measurement shown in the dimension will update automatically to the new reference.

Video Tutorial:

Learn about dimension witness line in this video tutorial – by twinsavior

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Dimensions

Crop regions allow you to control the visibility of the elements in a view.

Video Tutorial

Learn how to crop a plan view and control the elements visible in the view with this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk

Step by Step Guide

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Crop Regions

You can set the view to be displayed in different visual styles such as,

Apply Visual Styles

Video Tutorial:

Learn about different visual styles and how to apply them to a view with this video tutorial – by Repro Products

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Visual Styles

View filters can be used to create a set of selection or to select elements based on specific rules (based on their parameter values). Once the view filters are created, display of those filtered elements can be controlled by visibility graphics settings.

Video Tutorial

Learn to create a rule-based view filter with “AND” condition in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.

Learn to create a rule-based view filter with “OR” condition in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.

Learn to create a rule-based “Multicategory” view filter with “OR” condition in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.

Learn to create a rule-based view filter that combines “AND” as well as “OR” conditions in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.

Step by Step Guide

Rule based View Filters

Selection based View Filter

Applying a Filter

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View Filters

Control the visibility and appearances of the elements in a specific view using visibility graphics settings and for the entire project using the Object Styles dialog box.

Video Tutorial

Learn about using Object Styles and Visibility Graphics Settings to control the element display in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.

Step by Step Guide

Hide/Unhide Elements

Override Element Appearance

Object Styles

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Visibility Graphics and Object Styles