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Revit Architecture User Exam 3

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Varun Thautam
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Creation Date: 03/05/2015

Category: Computers

Number of questions: 32
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Elements are classified into which three classes: Datum Elements Model Elements View Specific Elements System Annotation.
How do we change keyboard shortcuts in revit? View tab>Windows panel>User Interface> Keyboard Shortcuts Options>User Interface> Keyboard Shortcuts Home>options> Keyboard Shortcuts Options>Keyboard Shortcuts.
Which command is used to place a free-standing element, such as furniture? Component Model-In-Place Detail Components Repeating Detail.
Which action is NOT possible with a section line? Cycle thru the display of symbols and the head and tail of the section line Split the section line Break the section line Delete the section line and keep the related section view.
Which dialog box is used to specify default lineweights, line colors, line patterns, and materials in ALL views? View properties Visibility/Graphics Line Patterns Project Information Object Styles.
Which THREE are permanent dimension styles? Linear Aligned Temporary Radial.
Which one is not a type of spot dimension? Spot Elevation Spot Dimension Spot Slopes Spot Direction.
The arrowhead shape on the leader line of a text note cannot be changed True False.
Which is not used to create a custom title block? Family Editor Lines Text Labels Viewports.
A keynote parameter is available for all model elements (including detail components) and materials. You can tag each of these elements using a keynote tag family True False.
Revit Architecture has separate categories for keynotes and material tags. True False.
Match the following 1 2 3 4 5.
A detail view can be created as a section or a callout. It can have both section and callout annotations assigned to it. True False.
Filled regions contain a fill pattern. What are the two types of patterns available Drafting fill patterns Model fill patterns Empty Pattern Hiding Pattern.
Drafting fill patterns are based on the scale of the view True False.
Model fill patterns are based on the actual dimensions in the building model True False.
Masking regions provide a way to obscure elements in a view. Masking regions may be useful in scenarios like the following You need to obscure elements in a project You are creating a detail family or a model family and need the background of the element to mask the model and other detail components when it is loaded into a project. You need to create a model family (from imported 2D DWG files) that obscures other elements when placed in a view. All the above scenarios.
Match the following 1 2 3 4.
You cannot join walls and architectural columns as shown True False.
An architectural column can be room bounding? True False.
Which statement about creating roofs by footprint is false? Created with 2D closed-loop sketch of the roof perimeter Created when you select walls or draw lines in plan view Created at level of view in which it was sketched Height is controlled by Base Height Offset property Openings are defined by additional closed loops Slopes are defined when you apply a slope parameter to sketch lines Can use base and top level to define roof geometry.
For ceilings.. match the following. change the ceiling type modify ceiling boundaries slope the ceiling apply a material and surface pattern to a ceiling move the ceiling grid.
What kind of dimension shows up while you start drawing a line. Listening Temporary Spot Permanent.
A level and the view associated with the level an have different names True False.
To change the units of a particular dimension style, you have to change the project units? True False.
In a compound wall identify the following 1 2 3.
This is a compound wall with red brick on the outside and drywall on the inside. Match the following wrapping conditions 1 2 3.
Match the following clipping options for a section 1 2 3.
You can group elements in a project or family and then place that group many times in a project or family True False.
If you add a view-specific element to a model group (for example, a window tag), the view-specific element is placed in the Model group True False.
When creating new stairs, you cannot also specify the railing type to be used True False.
You can add railings as free-standing components to levels, or attach them to the following hosts (select 3) Floor Ramp Stair Topography Roof Building Pad.
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