Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Today I am following an update course for Revit 2011 and a few handy tips are surfacing.

One of them is the project location. While in Revit 2010 the list of standard cities for the US was very extensive, the Netherlands was represented by exactly two location. That left you going to Google Maps, finding the geo-location data and manually entering them.

Revit 2011 makes this easier. It brings Google Maps to you.

In the Ribbon select Manage > Location

And when you change the dropdown menu for Define Location by to Internet Mapping Service, you get this:
Google Maps, right inside Revit. Including the regular search functions.

Loving It!


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