Topics: Colors and Effects, Documents, Interactive, Objects/Graphics/Images, Text

Q1. What is it called when a tag with a leader has a drag control where the leader touches the element?


Q2. A designer would like to create a new parameter in a schedule that contains a mathematical expression combining two existing fields. What is the process?

Q3. Where can you find a drop-down list of available named reference planes?


Q4. Some Revit families require a host element to be placed. Which choice is a hosted element?

Q5. In what type of view are you unable to create a new level?

Q6. In a model whose units are configured in feet, what would you type to get a liner object to be 100 millimeters long?

Q7. A colleague shared an Excel file with you, and you want to display a worksheet that is hidden in it. How can you do that?

Q8. When sketching a roof by footprint, which option allows an edge of the sketch to be sloped in the final roof?

Q9. When importing a CAD drawing into a drafting view, how do you remove layers that you do not need?

Q10. When working with design option, what cannot be placed in the option sets?

Q11. In a legend view, where would you find the drop-down list of the families - such as doors, windows, and other components - you want to use as legend components?

Q12. While working in Revit, you often need additional lines to help define locations for elements in a mode. You can hide these lines in the appropriate views later, when necessary. What are these extra lines called?

Q13. What items stay the same size no matter the scale of the view?

Q14. When hard-copy printing, what Print dialog option allows you to specify that you want sheet 100 of 100 sheets to be at the bottom of the pile, so that sheet 1 of 100 is on the top of the pile?

Q15. Topography is made up of contour lines of differing levels. The Label Contours command allows you to add a contour label to show the contour heights visually in views. How do you place a contour label?

Q16. What is the primary purpose of Autodesk Revit?

Q17. Which professionals commonly use Revit software in their work?

Q18. What distinguishes Revit from AutoCAD?

Q19. How does Revit benefit architects in their work?

Q20. What feature in Revit helps architects improve multidiscipline coordination?

Q21. In what way does Revit benefit structural engineers?

Q22. How does Revit enhance the documentation process for MEP engineers?

Q23. What type of Revit model is fabrication-ready for MEP contractors?

Q24. How can you purchase Autodesk Revit software?

Q25. What is the cost of a single-user annual subscription for Autodesk Revit?

Q26. If you need multiple Autodesk software products for your work, what cost-effective option is available?

Q27. How much can you save annually by purchasing Autodesk’s AEC industry collection instead of individual software products?

Q28. What is the benefit of buying Revit through an authorized reseller?

Q29. When you first start Revit Architecture, the program opens to: