Revit Shortcut Keys For Fast Work


Revit Shortcut Keys

For all the work you do in Revit, there’s a keyboard shortcut that can help you do it faster. There are some best professional revit modeling services you can also use for better work. In this post, we have arranged the most common and most used Revit shortcut keys. Let’s have a look.

1. Application menu

  • Ctrl+N – New
  • Ctrl+O – Open
  • Ctrl+S – Save
  • Ctrl+P – Print

2. Function Keys

  • F1 – Displays revit help
  • F7 – Spelling
  • F8 – Navigation wheel
  • F10 – Keytips

Spacebar – Flip 90 degrees selected elements

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Tab – Cycles through snaps or chain of elements

3. Architecture build

  • WA – Wall
  • DR – DOOR
  • WN – Window
  • CM – Place a component
  • CL – Column

4. Architecture Model

  • GP – Create Group
  • LI – Model Line

5. Architecture Room and Area

  • RM – Room
  • RT – Room Tag/Tag Room

6. Architecture Datum

  • LL – Level
  • GR – Grid

7. Architecture work plane

  • RP -Reference plane

8. Annotate Dimension

  • DI – Aligned dimension
  • EL -Spot elevation

9. Annotate Detail

  • DL – Detail line

10. Annotate text

  • TX – Text
  • FR – Find/Replace
  • TG – Tag by category

11. Collaborate Synchronize

  • RL/RW – Reload latest
  • ER – Editing requests

12. View Graphics

  • VG/VV – Visibility graphics
  • TL – Thin line
  • RR – Render
  • RD – Render in Cloud
  • RG – Render Gallery

13. View Windows

  • WC – Cascade windows
  • WT – Tile windows
  • PP – Properties
  • KS – Keyboard shortcuts

14. Settings

  • UN – Project unit
  • SU – Sun and shadow settings

16. Modify

  • AL – Align
  • AR – Array
  • CO/CC – Copy
  • CS – Create similar
  • DE – Delete
  • DM – Mirror- Draw axis
  • MM – Mirror- Pick axis
  • MV – Move
  • OF – Offset
  • PN – Pin
  • RE – Scale
  • RO – Rotate
  • SL – Split element
  • TR – Trim/Extend to corner
  • UP – Unpin

17. Modify View

  • EH – Hide in view: Hide elements
  • EOD – Override graphics in view
  • LW – Linework
  • VH – Hide in view: Hide category

18. Zoom

  • ZA – Zoom all to fit
  • ZE – Zoom to fit
  • ZO/ZV – Zoom out
  • ZP/ZC – Previous pan/zoom
  • ZS – Previous pan/zoom
  • ZR/ZZ – Zoom in region

19. Snaps

  • PC – Snap to point clouds
  • SC -Centres
  • SE – Endpoints
  • SL – Intersections
  • SM – Midpoints
  • SN – Nearest
  • SO – Snap off
  • SP – Perpendicular
  • SQ – Quadrants
  • SR – Snap to remote objects
  • ST – Tangents
  • SW – Work plane grid
  • SX – Points
  • SZ – Close

20. View control bar

  • CX – Reveal constraints
  • GD – Graphic display options
  • HL – Hidden line
  • RY – Ray trace
  • SD – Shaded
  • WF – Wireframe

Create Your Own Revit Shortcuts

You can easily program your own Revit keyboard shortcuts. To do so, go to View > User Interface > Keyboard Shortcuts or type “KS”.

This will open the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box.

All of the default keyboard shortcuts are listed. Any shortcut listed in gray is a system shortcut and cannot be changed. To add a shortcut, find the command in the “Command” column or enter the command name in the “Search” field.

Once you’ve selected the command, enter the shortcut combination in the “Press new keys” text box, then click the “Assign” button.

You have a lot of flexibility in assigning shortcuts. A single command can have multiple shortcuts. Likewise, a single shortcut can be used on multiple commands.

In this case, you use the arrow keys to cycle through the commands as displayed in the status bar. Once you have the command you want, press the space bar to execute the command.

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