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Choosing a 3D view type in Revit - perspective, orthographic

A - answer You can choose the type of created 3D view (orthographic or perspective) through the respective function in the Revit ribbon: View > Create > 3D View > Default or Camera. The selection of Camera prompts for location of the camera (eye) point and the target point. You can also adjust the camera and target elevation later in the view properties.

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26.1.2013    7158x  
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applies to: Revit ·

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