Back to Basics: Revit for MEP User – Copying Levels & Grids with the Copy/Monitor Tool
In this next part of the Back to Basics: Revit for MEP Users series, I’m covering the Copy/Monitor tool. This tool is very useful in copying levels and grids from the architectural link that you set up previously.
Watch the short video below to see me walk through the steps of pulling in an elevation, aligning the levels, and creating floor plans off the levels.
What Revit tools would you like to see me cover next? Leave your thoughts in the comments!
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