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    Z, do you still have your "Newbie's Guide..." and could you post it? I got it off the old Revit boards, but can't find it now, and am starting my first real project with Revit. It was a very helpful primer.
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    Default Re: Newbie's Guide ?

    Seemingly Chris Z is in California right now so you may wait a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterJ
    Seemingly Chris Z is in California right now so you may wait a while.
    Actually came back last night, peter, thanks for holding down the fort

    I'll look around for the guide beboyle, I think it's on my home machine
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    Z,
    I'll keep my fingers crossed. Thanks,
    Brian

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    Pretty sure I've got it stashed at home if he can't find it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Stafford
    Pretty sure I've got it stashed at home if he can't find it...
    Actually I can't find it again.... I am the worst at that kind of stuff.

    steve, if you do have it, feel free to post it. I'd like to update it, I wrote it for 4.5.
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    Here it is...I thought you did update it at one point or maybe that was just a repost? Regardless, this the only copy I have.
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    Thanks a lot Steve, Chris I too thought you updated it a while back, but this will be a great start.
    Thanks again guys,
    Brian

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    Nice tutorial, Here is how I handle the sill plate. I've recreated the dimensional lumber section to be 4 triangular filled regions so they hide without the extra step of the filled region. I use this component on all wall sections it helps on the blocking at the roof also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbrown
    Nice tutorial, Here is how I handle the sill plate. I've recreated the dimensional lumber section to be 4 triangular filled regions so they hide without the extra step of the filled region. I use this component on all wall sections it helps on the blocking at the roof also.
    great familiy thanks scott
    Chris
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