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Autodesk e-LearningAutodesk e-Learning is an exclusive benefit that provides concise, selfpaced online lessons for Autodesk Subscription customers. All lessons havebeen selected by experts in their respective industries to answer trainingneeds for critical application functions and industry practices.These Autodesk e-Learning lessons have been especially designed tointeractively challenge and enhance your knowledge. At the completionof any lesson, you will have thoroughly worked with the content, beenchallenged to demonstrate your knowledge, and have access to files usedwithin each exercise.Take advantage of this exclusive benefit today by visiting the SubscriptionCenter at www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin.2

StructureAutodesk e-Learning lessons are organized to provide quick and easyaccess to training.n The e-Learning CatalogEach catalog is based on a product and its version.n The e-Learning TopicEach catalog contains multiple topics. Each topic has been carefullydesigned with a series of lessons that in total will provide you masteryof the topic. After compleating a topic you will have a chance toevaluate your newly acquired skills.n The e-Learning LessonEach topic contains three to five lessons. Each is designed to befully self-contained, and does not require any further informationto be complete. Each lesson provides an average of 15 to 30minutes of self-paced material. Depending on the complexity ofthe subject, and your level of expertise, this time frame may vary.View these lessons on the Subscription Center atwww.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin.3

How to choose your e-Learning approachAutodesk e-Learning is organized to provide the greatest flexibility possible.Whether you are a new user of Autodesk products, or a seasoned expert,Autodesk e-Learning provides you an approach that will be most effectivefor your personal training needs.n If you are a beginner, or updating to a new version of an Autodeskproduct, you may want to access all topics and lessons within a givencatalog.n If you are an intermediate user, you may want to navigate through thecatalog and select individual topics or lessons that target your needs.n If you are an expert, you may want to use the Evaluate Your Skills featurewithin each topic. The results of this evaluation will direct you to specificportions of each lesson. You only use the training material you need,and nothing more.You can access Autodesk e-Learning content using any of the above methods,or a combination you choose, regardless of your level of expertise. Werecommend all users use the Skills Assessment for each topic. It’s anexcellent tool to prescribe learning, and to measure your progress.To take an e-Learning lesson today, visit the Subscription Center atwww.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin.4

What to expect in a lessonEach Autodesk e-Learning lesson begins with an overview that lists itsobjectives, prerequisites, and lesson importance. The lesson windowprovides easy navigation to individual sections of each lesson. Thesesections generally include concepts, principles, procedures, and exercisesfor the lesson subject.Most sections include interactive content in the form of slideshows orpop-up tool-tips. At the end of each section, you will be presented witha chance to prove your knowledge with an interactive exercise, and a testquestion. If you are struggling with the practice, after a reasonable numberof attempts, the content that contains the answers will be re-displayed for you.Get started today by visiting the Subscription Center atwww.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin.5

e-Learning lessons currently availableSelect a product below to see lessonsProductPageProductPageAutoCAD 200808Autodesk Inventor 200818AutoCAD 200908Autodesk Inventor 200919AutoCAD LT 200909Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise Server and Studio 200920AutoCAD Architecture 200810Autodesk Navisworks 200821AutoCAD Architecture 200910Autodesk Productstream 200822AutoCAD Civil 3D 200811Autodesk Productstream 200922AutoCAD Civil 3D 200912Revit Architecture 200823AutoCAD Electrical 200813Revit Architecture 200923AutoCAD Electrical 200913Revit Structure 200824AutoCAD Map 3D 200814Revit Structure 200924Autodesk Map 3D 200914Revit MEP 200824AutoCAD MEP Mechanical/Electrical 200815Revit MEP 200924AutoCAD MEP 200915AutoCAD P&ID 200825AutoCAD Mechanical 200816AutoCAD P&ID 200925AutoCAD Mechanical 200916Autodesk Vault 200826AutoCAD Raster Design 200817Autodesk Vault 200926Continued.6

e-Learning lessons currently availableSelect a product below to see lessonsProductPageProductPageAutodesk Impression 226Autodesk Maya 200927Autodesk 3ds Max 200927Autodesk Moldflow287

8AutoCAD 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableIntroduction to 3D Modeling Transitioning from AutoCAD 2008AutoCAD 2008 Transitioning fromAutoCAD 2007 User InterfaceIntroduction to Annotation ScalingControlling Annotation ScaleDimensioningUsing MultileadersDrawing ManagementManaging LayersWorking with TextTable DataData ExtractionVisualization Introduction to 3D Modeling Customizing the Interface Module OverviewUsing WorkspacesCreating Keyboard ShortcutsCustomizing ToolbarsCustomizing Dashboard PanelsCustomizing MenusMigrating Customization FilesAn Introduction to Programming inAutoCAD Video TutorialCustomizing Tool Palettes Module OverviewConfiguring Tool PalettesCreating Custom Tool PalettesOrganizing Tool PalettesStandardizing Tool PalettesSharing Tool PalettesBack tocontentsIntroduction to 3DCreating Solid PrimitivesCreating Models from 2D ProfilesCreating Composite SolidsWorking in 3DEditing Solid ModelsSection a Solid Model and Generate 2DGeometry Creating Drawings from 3D ModelsNavigating the AutoCAD InterfaceMenu BrowserQuick ViewQuick PropertiesLayer Properties ManagerAction MacrosCustomizing the UIView CubeSteering WheelsShowMotionUsing DWFxIntroduction to 3DCreating Solid PrimitivesCreating Models from 2D ProfilesCreating Composite SolidsWorking in 3DEditing Solid ModelsSection a Solid Model and Generate 2DGeometry Creating Drawings from3D ModelsAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

AutoCAD LT 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD LT 2009: Transitioning from 2008 Navigating the AutoCAD InterfaceMenu BrowserQuick ViewQuick PropertiesLayer Properties ManagerCustomizing the UIUsing DWFxAdvanced Introduction to Annotation ScalingControlling Annotation ScaleCreating AttributesEditing AttributesCreating and Editing TablesWorking with External TablesUsing Dynamic BlocksAdding Parameters to Dynamic BlocksCreating Dynamic BlocksAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents9

AutoCAD Architecture 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD Architecture 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableGetting Started with AutoCAD Architecture 2008 - Part 1 Using the Interface Adding and Modifying Walls Working with Doors, Windows, andOpenings Creating DetailsGetting Started with AutoCAD Architecture2009 Getting Started with AutoCAD Architecture 2008 - Part 2 Creating and Modifying SpacesWorking with Schedule Tags and TablesCreating View DrawingsUsing Callouts and TitlemarksAnnotating DrawingsCreating and Managing Plotting SheetsCreating Construction Drawings Defining Styles and ProfilesCreating Wall StylesCreating Door and Window StylesCreating and Editing Curtain Wall StylesWorking with 2D Section/Elevation StylesUsing Zones for Space EvaluationBenefits of Using Projects Customizing AutoCAD Architecture 200810Back tocontentsUsing the InterfaceUsing AEC Modify ToolsAdding and Modifying WallsWorking with Doors, Windows andOpenings Creating and Modifying Spaces Creating DetailsAnnotating DrawingsWorking with Schedule Tags and TablesUsing Callouts and TitlemarksWorking with Sections and ElevationsIntroduction to ProjectsUsing Constructs and ElementsCreating View DrawingsCreating and Managing Plotting SheetsCreating a Project from Existing AutoCADDrawings Sharing Project FilesAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

AutoCAD Civil 3D 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableCreating an Intersection: Peer Roads Course OverviewDesigning an Intersection for Peer RoadsDesigning Intersection Curb ReturnsFinalizing the Peer Intersection ModelCourse SummaryCreating a Road Knuckle Course OverviewDesigning KnucklesPreparing for Knuckle ModelingModeling the KnuckleRevising the KnuckleCourse SummaryCreating a Cul-de-Sac Designing Roadway Grading Working with Earthwork Volumes Course Overview Calculating Prefinal Earthwork Volumes Refining the Corridor Model and KnuckleDesign Creating Prefinal Earthwork CalculationSurfaces Adjusting the Corridor Model Calculating Earthwork Volumes Course SummaryCourse OverviewDesigning Cul-de-SacsModeling the Main RoadDesigning a Cul-de-Sac BulbCreating a Corridor Surface and Cul-de-SacIsland Revising the Cul-de-Sac and Rebuilding theModel Preparing to Plot the Cul-de-Sac Course SummaryCourse OverviewDesigning Prefinal Roadway GradingCreating an Existing Ground ProfileCreating a Finished Ground ProfileDefining Roadway Cross SectionsCreating a Road Surface ModelCourse SummaryAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents11

12AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD Civil 3D 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableData Management Plan Production Working with Data Shortcuts and ReferenceObjects Working with Autodesk VaultTransportation – Assemblies and Corridors Creating and Modifying TransportationAssemblies Creating Transportation Corridors Creating Transportation Corridor Surfaces Modeling Road Designs in 3DSite Design - Pipes Creating Pipe Networks Drawing and Editing Pipe Networks Labeling PipesInterchange Design Points Importing and Creating Points Managing PointsWorking with Survey Site Design - Alignments Designing Criteria-Based AlignmentsApplying SuperelevationCreating Alignments from PolylinesLabeling Alignments and Creating TablesSite Design - Profiles Creating Surface Profiles and Profile ViewsCreating Layout ProfilesEditing Profile GeometryLabeling Profiles and Profile ViewsSite Design - Parcels Creating SitesCreate Right-of-Way ParcelsCreating ParcelsLabeling Parcel Segments and CreatingTablesSite Design – Assemblies and Corridors Designing Criteria-Based Alignments Applying SuperelevationBack tocontentsCreating Layout ProfilesCreating AssembliesModeling InterchangesCreating Corridor ModelsGenerating Construction InformationCreating Survey DatabasesCreating Survey NetworksCreating Figure Styles and PrefixesImporting Field Book FilesWorking with Survey DataAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

AutoCAD Electrical 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD Electrical 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableCustom ComponentsSettings and Configuration Creating Drawing Templates Installation and Search PathsCustom Components and Data Terminals and Wiring Point-to-Point Wiring Terminals, Multiple Level Terminals, andJumpers Using the Terminal Strip EditorAdvanced Tools Managing Cables Using the Circuit BuilderPanel LayoutsWorking with Schematics Course OverviewSchematic SymbolsIcon Menu SystemPanel Footprints Course OverviewCreating Panel LayoutsUsing the DIN Rail ToolUsing the Terminal Strip EditorPanel Layout Annotation and Reports Course OverviewWires and LaddersInserting Schematic SymbolsTerminals, Multiple Level Terminals andJumpersSchematic SymbolsEditing the Pin List DatabaseEditing the Terminal Properties DatabaseUpdating Title Block AttributesAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents13

14AutoCAD Map 3D 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD Map 3D 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableWorking with Source Drawings Attaching Source Drawings Working with Coordinate SystemsWorking With Source Drawings Attaching Source Drawings Working Coordinate SystemsUsing Queries and Save Back Define Property and Location QueriesDefining Data QueriesCompound QueriesUsing the Query LibraryAltering Properties During QueriesSave Back to Queried DrawingsUsing Source Drawing Queries Define Property and Location QueriesDefining Data QueriesCompound QueriesAltering Properties During QueriesUsing the Query LibrarySave Back to Queried DrawingsEstablishing a GeospatialEnvironment Connecting to a Feature SourceWorking with Point DataWorking with DEM FilesUsing Joins with Feature SourcesUsing Bulk CopyWorkign With Geospatial Features Connecting to a Feature SourceWorking with Point DataStylizing FeaturesEditing Feature Attributes and GeometryWorking with DEM FilesStylizing Drawings and Features Creating Display MapsCreating Thematic MapsCreating Display Map ScalesStylizing FeaturesLinking and Managing Drawing-BasedAttribute Data Back tocontentsCreating and Attaching Object DataEditing and Managing Object DataConnecting to a DatabaseDefining a Link Template and Linking Records to Objects Using Database Information in a DrawingAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

AutoCAD MEP Mechanical 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD MEP 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableCreating an HVAC SystemElectrical Essentials Loading Base Drawings for a Project Placing Electrical Equipment and Devices Adding Cable Trays, Conduit, Fittings andRisersHVAC Essentials Loading Base Drawings for a Project Placing HVAC Equipment Adding Duct, Fittings and RisersPiping Essentials Loading Base Drawings for a Project Placing Piping Equipment Adding Pipes, Accessories, Fittings andRisersPlumbing Essentials Loading Base Drawings for a Project Placing Plumbing Equipment Adding Plumbing Lines, Valves and Fittings Adding and Modifying HVAC EquipmentAdding 1-Line Ducts and FittingsCreating Connections Between ObjectsSizing Ductwork SystemsAdding Rigid Ductwork and FittingsDetecting Collisions Between CrossedObjectsAutoCAD MEP Electrical 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableCreating an Electrical Plan Designing an Electrical SystemAdding Devices and PanelsAdding Electrical EquipmentAdding WiringUsing the Circuit ManagerUsing Circuit Analysis ToolsAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents15

AutoCAD Mechanical 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD Mechanical 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableAutoCAD Mechanical Basics Parts 1 & 2AutoCAD Mechanical Basics Part 1 Standard PartsCore Design ToolsCreating DimensionsModel Space Views in LayoutsStandards-Based DesignAutoCAD Mechanical Basics Part 2 Layer GroupsBill of MaterialsAssociative HideShaft GeneratorInventor LinkMoving from AutoCAD to AutoCADMechanical Standard PartsCore Design ToolsCreating DimensionsModel Space Views in LayoutsStandards-Based DesignMoving from AutoCAD toAutoCAD Mechanical 200816Back tocontents Standard Parts and FeaturesExtended Draw ToolbarPowerful and Smart DimensionsReusable Detailing ToolsInternational Drafting StandardsBill of MaterialsLayer ManagementHidden LinesMachinery GeneratorsData Exchange Between CAD SystemsAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

AutoCAD Raster Design 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableCorrelating and Rubbersheeting Images Correlating Scanned Drawings Rubbersheeting ImagesEnhancing the Appearance of Images Editing Images Cleaning Up an Image Editing Images Using Raster EntityManipulation Merging Vectors into Raster ImagesInserting and Creating Images Raster to Vector Conversion Using Vectorization Tools for InteractiveConversion Using Vectorization Line-Following Tools Creating Contours Using the ContourFollower Converting TextTiling, Saving, and Exporting Images Working with Multiple Images Saving Images Exporting Image FilesFixing Errors in Scanned ImagesUsing the Bitonal FiltersUsing the Convolve FiltersWorking with a HistogramControlling Colors with the Palette ManagerCreating a New ImageInserting ImagesManaging Images in a DrawingMasking and Cropping ImagesAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents17

18Autodesk Inventor 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutodesk Inventor 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableUser Interface and Profiles Design AcceleratorsDWG Interoperability Working with Frames Creating Frames Modifying FramesWorking with Sheet Metal Dynamic Simulation Creating Joints Environmental Constraints Running Simulations and Analyzing ResultsStress Analysis Creating Loads and Constraints Running an Analysis and Analyzing Results Sharing Dynamic Simulation Results withStress AnalysisDerived Designs Tolerancing and Monitoring Design Values Deriving Geometry Large Assembly ManagementBack tocontentsCourse OverviewUser InterfaceUser ProfilesCourse SummaryCourse OverviewWorking with DWG FilesLeverage 2D AutoCAD DataIntegrate Inventor and AutoCAD DesignData Course Summary Introduction to Design AcceleratorBolted ConnectionsShaft GeneratorBearing GeneratorGear GeneratorsBelt GeneratorsMechanical CalculatorsUsability FeaturesCorner SeamsFlangesContour FlangesSheet Metal Punch iFeaturesFlat Pattern Creation and CleanupDXF/DWG ExportBend and Punch TablesSheet Metal DocumentationAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

Autodesk Inventor 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableAutodesk Inventor 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableGetting Started with Inventor Autodesk Inventor User Interface View Manipulation Designing Parametric PartsAssembly Design Overview Designing Assemblies Using Project Files in Assembly DesignsInteracting with an AssemblyDrawing Standards and Resources Setting Drawing Standards Drawing Resources Identifying Parts in an Assembly Analysis and Motion Tools Presenting Your AssemblyTransitioning from Inventor 2008 Part 1 Basic Sketching Techniques Creating 2D Sketches Geometric Constraints Dimensioning SketchesBasic Shape Design Creating Basic Sketched FeaturesIntermediate SketchingEditing Parametrics Parts3D Grip EditingCreating Work FeaturesCreating Basic Swept ShapesDetailed Shape Design Creating Chamfers and FilletsCreating Holes and ThreadsPatterning and Mirroring FeaturesCreating Thin-Walled PartsPlacing, Creating and ConstrainingComponents Placing Components in an Assembly Constraining Components Placing Standard Components Using theContent Center Basic Part Design in an AssemblyDimensions, Annotations, and Tables Annotating Assembly Drawings Assembly-centric Bill of Materials Creating and Customizing Parts Lists Creating BalloonsBasic View Creation Transitioning from Inventor 2008 Part 2ViewCubeSteeringWheelsAssembly Design EnhancementsSubstitute Level of DetailContent Center Save Copy AsGrip SnapCustom Profile Authoring in the FrameGenerator Design Accelerator O-Ring Generator Shaft Generator An Introduction to Programming inInventorPublishing DesignsStudio EnhancementsAnimating LightsLocal LightsSoft ShadowsVideo Producer and Multiple CamerasFile Translation EnhancementsQuality, Support and Ownership EnhancementsVault Add-In EnhancementsSelf-Draining Pipe RoutsPart Modeling EnhancementsCable and HarnessDynamic Simulation EnhancementsSketch Geometry Editing and ImportingSheet Metal RulesSheet Metal EnhancementsCreating And Editing Drawing ContentPunch NotesDrawing Manager ConfigurationDrawing Text Video TutorialAutomated Dimensioning TechniquesManual Dimensioning TechniquesAnnotating Holes and ThreadsCreating Centerlines, Symbols, and LeadersRevision Tables and TagsBase and Projected ViewsSection ViewsDetail ViewsCrop ViewManaging ViewsAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents19

Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise Server and Studio 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableMapGuide Enterprise Server and Studio20Back tocontents Introduction to Autodesk MapGuide ServerIntroduction to Autodesk MapGuide StudioFeature Data Objects - FDOInstallationServer ConfigurationData ConnectionsData LoadingLayersMapsBasic Web LayoutsDevelopment Language OptionsWeb Server Extensions APIFDO, Viewer and Studio APIsChoosing Your Development IDEDeveloping ReportsServer PerformanceStudio PerformanceData PerformanceNative Google Earth SupportAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

Autodesk Navisworks 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableManage Simulate ReviewWorking with files in NavisworksUsing Navigation ToolsWorking with Objects and Selection SetsMeasuring, Moving and ManipulatingObjectsWorking with Viewpoints and Redline ToolsUsing TimeLInerWorking with AnimatorWorking with Scripts, Events and ActionsWorking with Presenter MaterialsAdding Lighting Effects to the ModelAdding Effects and RPCExporting Rendered Images and AnimationsConducting Clash TestsWorking with Clash Test ResultsWorking with Files in NavisworksUsing Navigation ToolsWorking with Objects and Selection SetsMeasuring, Moving and ManipulatingObjectsWorking with Viewpoints and Redline ToolsUsing TimeLInerWorking with AnimatorWorking with Scripts, Events and ActionsWorking with Presenter MaterialsAdding Lighting Effects to the ModelAdding Effects and RPCExporting Rendered Images and Animations Working with Files in NavisworksUsing Navigation ToolsWorking with Objects and Selection SetsMeasuring, Moving and ManipulatingObjects Working with Viewpoints and Redline ToolsAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents21

22Autodesk Productstream 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableAutodesk Productstream 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableWorking with ProductstreamWorking With Autodesk ProductstreamBack tocontents Change OrdersUsing Productstream ExplorerUsing AutoloaderBatch Plotting Creating ItemsWorking with ItemsBills of MaterialsSynchronizing Your WorkspaceAccess Control ManagerAutodesk Productstream ProfessionalWebserver 2009 Autodesk Data Exchange 2009Access to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.

Revit Architecture 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableRevit Architecture 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableRevit Architecture Basics Exploring the User Interface Working with Revit Elements and Families Starting a ProjectStarting Your First ProjectStarting a Design Creating a Basic Floor Plan Creating and Modifying Levels Working with Grids Building Information ModelingExploring the User InterfaceWorking with Revit Elements and FamiliesStarting a ProjectCreating a Basic Floor PlanWorking with GridsBuilding Model Basics Adding and Modifying WallsUsing Editing CommandsWorking with DoorsAdding and Modifying WindowsDeveloping the Building Model Creating and Modifying FloorsWorking with CeilingsAdding and Modifying RoofsCreating Curtain WallsAdding Stairs and RailingsViewing the Building Model Managing ViewsControlling Object VisibilityWorking with Sections and Elevation ViewsCreating and Modifying 3D ViewsPresenting the Building Model Working with Drawing SheetsWorking with TitleblocksManaging RevisionsCreating RenderingsUsing WalkthroughsUsing Sun and Shadow SettingsDetailing and Drafting Creating Callout ViewsWorking with Text and TagsWorking with Detail ViewsWorking with Drafting ViewsUsing Dimensions and Constraints Working with Dimensions Applying and Removing ConstraintsConstruction Documentation Creating and Modifying Schedules Creating Rooms and Room Schedules Creating Legends and KeynotesWorking with Component Families Adding and Modifying Component FamiliesAn Introduction to Programming in Revit Video TutorialCreating ConstructionDocumentation Creating and Modifying SchedulesCreating Rooms and Room SchedulesCreating Legends and KeynotesCreating and Printing Drawing SheetsManaging RevisionsWorking with TitleblocksDetailing and Drafting Creating Callout Views Working with Detail Views Working with Drafting ViewsPresenting the Building Model Creating Renderings Using Sun and Shadow Settings Using Walkthrough TechniqueMigrating from AutoCAD toRevit Architecture Setting Up Projects with AutoCAD DataMigrating Project StandardsImporting and Linking AutoCAD DataUsing Imported AutoCAD Vector DataAdding Details Using Imported CAD VectorData Importing, Exporting, and ManagingAutoCAD Objects Exporting Views to AutoCADAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products, access e-Learning quickly by choosing “Subscription e-Learning Catalog” in the product Help Menu.Back tocontents23

24Revit Structure 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableRevit Structure 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableStarting a Project withRevit Structure Exploring the User InterfaceWorking with Revit Elements and FamiliesSetting up a ProjectAdding and Modifying LevelsAdding and Modifying GridsRevit Structure BasicsCreating ConstructionDocumentation Adding TagsAdding Dimensions, Symbols, and TextCreating LegendsWorking with SchedulesCreating Sheets and TitleblocksPrinting SheetsExporting Content to CAD Formats Building Information ModelingExploring the User InterfaceWorking with Revit Elements and FamiliesWorking with ViewsControlling Object VisibilityWorking with Elevation and Section ViewsWorking with 3D ViewsStarting a New Revit Project Starting a ProjectAdding and Modifying LevelsCreating and Modifying GridsWorking with Structural ColumnsWorking with Structural WallsAdding Floor FramingIntroduction to Programming in Revit Video TutorialRevit MEP 2008e-Learning lessons currently availableRevit MEP 2009e-Learning lessons currently availableDesigning MEP SystemsStarting your First ProjectBack tocontents Preparing HVAC Models for DesignCreating HVAC DesignsCreating Electrical DesignsCreating System PipingCreating Plumbing SystemsCreating Fire Protection Systems Starting your First ProjectBuilding Information ModelingExploring the User InterfaceWorking with Revit Elements and FamiliesManaging ViewsControlling Object VisibilityWorking with Section and Elevation ViewsCreating and Modifying 3D ViewsAccess to these lessons and more can be found in the Subscription Center.Begin using e-Learning today by visiting www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin. In current products,

AutoCAD Map 3D 2008 14 Revit Structure 2009 24 Autodesk Map 3D 2009 14 Revit MEP 2008 24 AutoCAD MEP Mechanical/Electrical 2008 15 Revit MEP 2009 24 AutoCAD MEP 2009 15 AutoCAD P&ID 2008 25 AutoCAD Mechanical 2008 16 AutoCAD P&ID 2009 25 AutoCAD Mechanical 2009 16 Autodesk Vault 2008 26 AutoCAD Raster Design 2008 17 .

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