Autodesk has kindly provided a keyboard shortcut list for Revit users. The list is broken down by each tab and contains a brief description of the command represented by the shortcut. The whole document is 9 pages long with the actual shortcut list being 6 pages long, so this is not a one page document to hang next to your monitor.
Earlier this year, I posted about creating a sanitary to vent system since Revit does not have a default way of showing where the piping changes from sanitary system to a vent system. (Read it here.) There are times when this simplified process does not work, so this post shows a 2nd method to accomplish this task. This 2nd method utilizes a newly created family to act as a transition between the two systems. It is a simple pipe fitting family that can be inserted into a pipe to create the transition.
When I opened AutoCAD 2016 for the first time, I (like the rest of you) noticed the Start tab. That was all well and good and I thought that it would go away when I opened a drawing, similar to previously releases. But then I opened an existing drawing and noticed the Start tab was still there. My thought was “Ok, I will close it so I don’t have an extra tab”. The problem was that there was no “X” on the tab to close it like other tabs.