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    Default High School Revit Tutorial

    Attached is the "book" I use in my high school class and when I teach teachers how to use Revit. I use it along with my presentations so the students/teachers listen to me and do the task....and not frantically write down what I said.

    This (AUGI) site has helped me alot when I get over my head. Hopefully this helps a few new Revit users/teachers out there. Comments and correction are appreciated.
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    Bill Brown
    Santiago High School
    1395 Foothill Pky
    Corona, CA 92883

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    Thank You very much for sharing this tutorial with us.
    Neboysha NOVKOVICH
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    Default Re: High School Revit Tutorial

    I've been struggling a bit with revit 2010 on my own (my school is still on 2009), so this is great, thanks!

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    Thank you! I have been looking for something like this. We have revit 2011... I hope it is close enough to use

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