Where you may not have the skill level or confidence to create families may I suggest that you consider either ordering components from a professional Revit® Content creator or get additional training to assist you in learning how to create the components needed? I have observed that sole practitioners and small companies sometimes invest too much time and resources in trying to figure family creation out and that the time spent for inexperienced users to create their own components ends up costing more than it would have to order the family from a professional content creator.

If you want to learn to create more complex families and would like to devote your time to the adventure of discovering Revit® family creation, then getting some good family training and lots of practice will definitely get you on track.

© Copyright Reserved by Michelle Louw (Excerpt from My speaker notes at National Revit Technology Conference 2008.)


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