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How to easily repeat last command in Revit?

A - answer If you want to repeat the last used command in Revit, just press the [ENTER] key - like in AutoCAD.

Another option is right-clicking in the drawing area and selecting the function "Repeat [commandname]" from the context menu. The function "Recent commands" also allows to repeat another command from the recent history of entered commands (max. 5 listed).


You can also assign the "Repeat Last" command to another custom keyboard shorcut (hotkey).
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14.7.2015    5617×  
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applies to: Revit 2016 · Revit 2013 ·

See also:
Tip 11481:Quickly repeat last command in Fusion 360 (like Enter in AutoCAD)
Tip 11222:Directional copying of AutoCAD drawing objects.
Tip 11037:How to hatch area defined by border points, not geometry?
Tip 11004:AutoCAD forgets window-selected objects when zoomed off screen.
Tip 10926:Self-intersecting polylines and polylines with duplicate vertices.

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