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In this course, Josh Bone will show you how to create detailed 3D models in ArchiCAD 20.

First you will learn the basics of ArchiCAD and how to navigate within the software. Then, you will learn how to draw walls, add stories, and place objects, columns & beams. Finally you will learn about documentation within the software and how to place labels, identify sections & elevations, and incorporate external file formats.

When you are done with this course, beginner level users will know how to create a detailed model using the most common authoring tools within the software while still maintaining flexible workflows that allow you to edit and make changes to your models throughout the different design phases. Intermediate level users will learn modeling techniques that improve their productivity within the software.

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Now, I'm going to scroll forward again to zoom in, I can scroll back to zoom out, I'll click my scroll wheel down and I'll move around here as I'm panning my space, and then, one of the quick ways that I can do a Fit in Window, this is a Zoom Extent for you AutoCAD users, if I double-click on my scroll wheel, that's going to fit everything into the center of my screen. That's called Zoom Extent within ArchiCAD. And this allows me to navigate both in 2D and 3D.

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From the course:
ArchiCAD For Beginners

Level 1

Duration: 4h 20m

Author: Josh Bone