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How to quickly locate (and run) a specific command in Revit?

A - answer When you search for a specific command in the Revit user environment, i.e. you know its name or functionality, but you don't know where is it located in the ribbon and what is its keyboard shortcut, the fastest way is the function "Command Line" in the add-on application CADstudio Revit Tools.

Switch on the interactive command line window and type a part of the command name or of the ribbon path. In the offered list of matching commands then click on the requested command. The customizable command list can offer also commands from Revit add-ons.

The Revit command line and its autocomplete functionality is simliar to that of the standard AutoCAD command line.
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applies to: Revit 2019 ·

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