New Revit Family Editor Course on

I am happy to report that the first of my two new Revit courses on is now available. The new course: Revit Architecture: The Family Editor includes an update to my Revit Family Editor Series DVD training and so much more!

The original DVD series covered the basics of the Family Editor for version 2010. This new course expands greatly on the material included in the original series and updates the material for 2012. The original series was approximately 4 hours in length. This new course is a whopping 6 hours and 44 minutes! In addition, the production quality available at is far superior to what was produced in the original series. Given changes made to the Family Editor since 2010, the higher quality and expanded table of contents, I think you will find the new course a very worthwhile update to the original.

Revit Family Editor Course Highlights

Revit Family Editor Course Highlights

Here is a snippet of the table of contents:


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The This course is designed to get you up to speed with the Family Editor quickly. You can view a YouTube preview of the class here. library is a fantastic resource to learn a huge range of topics. With a large focus on creative software packages and topics, you will find tremendous value in not only the Revit course offerings but programs like 3ds max, Photoshop, MS Office, SketchUp and more. I hope you take a look at my new Revit Architecture: The Family Editor course today, and while you are there check out the other terrific courses that has to offer.

Full disclosure: I receive a referral for each subscriber to from the links on this site. I also receive royalties for my courses posted on the site.

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