How do you isolate a view in Revit?

How do you create an isolated view in Revit?

In the drawing area, select one or more elements. On the View Control Bar, click (Temporary Hide/Isolate) and then select one of the following: Isolate Category. For example, if you select some walls and doors, only walls and doors will remain visible in the view.

Why would you isolate an element in Revit?

Temporarily hiding or isolating elements or element categories may be useful when you want to see or edit only a few elements of a certain category in a view. The Hide tool hides the selected elements in the view, and the Isolate tool shows the selected elements and hides all other elements in the view.

How do you exit isolate view in Revit?

To exit temporary hide/isolate mode without saving changes: On the View Control Bar, click , and then click Reset Temporary Hide/Isolate. All temporarily hidden elements are restored to the view.

How do you split objects in Revit?

Split Elements

  1. Click Modify tab Modify panel (Split Element).
  2. If desired, on the Options Bar, select Delete Inner Segment. When you select this option, Revit removes the segment of the wall or line between selected points.
  3. Click the element at the point you wish to split.

Where is the view control bar in Revit?

The View Control Bar is located at the bottom of the view window above the status bar and includes the following tools: Note: The exact tools available on the View Control Bar depends on the view type. Show/Hide Rendering Dialog (Available only when the drawing area displays a 3D view.)

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