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    Default CP322-1V: Look and Feel: Best Practices for Revit® Add-in User Interface Design

    Session: CP322-1V

    Title: Look and Feel: Best Practices for Revit® Add-in User Interface Design

    Instructor: Matt Mason

    Course Description: Revit 2011 offers a host of new capabilities to make your Revit add-in user interface more powerful as well as making it feel more like a part of Revit. This class will review a variety of topics related to making applications that take advantage of these new features, including events and updaters, picking and placing, layout and localization, and more!

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