How to use full navigation wheels in Revit

In this Revit tutorial, you will get details on Full Navigation Wheels inside Revit.

The Full Navigation Wheels (big and mini) comprise of common 3D navigation tools which are useful for both visualizing an object and walking through a building.

The big and Mini Tour Building wheels give access to the tools given below:

• Zoom. Zooms in and out of the existing view.
• Rewind. Retrieves the most current view. It is possible to move backward or forward by clicking and dragging left or right.
• Pan. Shits the model up, down, to the left, and to the right.
• Orbit. Modify the orientation of the model by rotating the model around a pivot point when the view gets fixed.
• Walk. Simulates walking through a model.
• Up/Down. Slides the existing view of a model across the Z axis of the model.
• Look. Revolves the current view.
• Center. Specifies the center of the existing model view.

Note: While one of the Full Navigation Wheels is demonstrated, just press and hold the middle mouse button to pan, scroll the wheel button to zoom in and out, and press the SHIFT key at the time of pressing and holding the middle mouse button to orbit the model.

To change to the Mini Full Navigation Wheel

• Right-click on the wheel and click Mini Full Navigation Wheel..

To change to the big Full Navigation Wheel

• Right-click on the wheel and click Full Navigation Wheel.

Go through the following video tutorial to learn the applications of full navigation wheel.

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How to use full navigation wheels in Revit

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Published By
Arka Roy
http://www.bimoutsourcing.com
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