Revit Quick Start Guide
The Revit Quick Start Guide helps you improve your skills. For first-time users, Key Revit concepts, Revit driver’s manual, and the User interface tour are a great place to start. If you already understand the fundamentals, the Basic tasks and Project management articles show you how to design in Revit. Finally, if you want to work with a larger project, the Sample project files show how to use Revit on a project.
Revit supports the design, drawings, and schedules required for building information modeling (BIM). BIM is digital prototyping for buildings. It delivers information about project design, scope, quantities, and phases when you need it.
Before you get started with Revit, there are a few concepts you should know.
Revit has some tools and functions that work differently from other software. Learn what’s different and how these functions can help you build faster and more efficiently.
The user interface provides all the tools you need to work in a model. Increase productivity and simplify your workflow by customizing the interface to support the way you work.
Whether you’re an architect, structural engineer, or MEP engineer, there are a number of tasks you’ll need to know—regardless of the type of model or system you’re working on.
Learn how to create building elements and present the model to stakeholders.
Learn the essentials for adding structural elements to buildings and infrastructure projects with Revit.
Learn the essentials for creating complex mechanical, electrical, and piping (MEP) systems with Revit.
Revit makes collaboration and project management easier. Here are some key basic tasks to get you started.
Explore Revit and learn its capabilities with sample working models designed specifically for new users.