Go to the Modify panel and select the Rotate command. The little rotate icon will appear at the center of the elevation marker. Pick on that little rotate icon and move it to a point on the desired wall.
How do you Rotate elevation?
When an elevation marker and view already exist, you can rotate it to match the wall’s angle (which is directly what you are asking about). With nothing selected, window the entire elevation marker tag to select it. (Don’t worry about the scope box at this point,) Go to the Modify panel and select the Rotate command.
How do I change the orientation of Revit?
Change the Orientation of a Plan View
- Open a plan view.
- On the Properties palette, for Orientation, select a value: Project North aligns the view with the preferred orientation for design work, as specified for the model. True North aligns the view with the real-world north direction. See Rotate True North.
How do you rotate a scope box in Revit?
Use the Rotate tool to rotate a section view or a scope box.
- Open the project view that contains the section (callout) or scope box to rotate.
- Select the section (callout) or scope box.
- Click Modify
tab Modify panel (Rotate).
- Rotate the view.
Why is scope box greyed out Revit?
The reason for this weird behaviour is simple: it turned out that Scope Box parameter becomes read-only if you modify the Crop Cregion sketch. Since the Revit Scope Box is a cube, it can’t be applied to those views that have non-rectangular Crop Region!