Creating Walls. Position the cursor over the left endpoint of the 01 - Lower Level line, move the cursor up 10', and click to begin a new level.
On the ribbon, click Level. Parent topic: At the prompt, click Yes to have Revit LT rename the corresponding views.
If you clear Make Plan View, the level is considered to be a non-story level or a reference level; no associated plan view is created. Click the label for Level 1, and enter 01 - Lower Level. Add a level by specifying the level start and end points.
Use the Project Browser to rename the level, if desired. Part 2: Open the section or elevation view to add levels to. You can also change the height of the level by clicking the dimension.
Walls and other level-based elements can use reference levels as their top or base constraint. Objectives Create a project from a template.
Add a level by offsetting the elevation from an existing level. Move the cursor horizontally to the right, until the dashed line indicates that the endpoint aligns with the endpoint of the lower level, and click to place the level.
Two levels are already created in the project template.
Category New Users Time Required 10 minutes Tutorial Files Used None - new project When you create levels, you can choose to have the corresponding views created at the same time. You can use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
At the prompt, click Yes to rename the corresponding level and views. Click outside the label to save your change. As you place the cursor to create a level, if the cursor aligns to an existing level line, a temporary vertical dimension displays between the cursor and that level line. Parent topic: You can add a level by creating it at a specific distance from an existing level.