I know, I know. Many of you are rolling your eyes right now. After topping wishlists for years, Revit 2017 has introduced some significant improvements to how the text editor works and what you can do with it.

Improved lists, a true “what you see is what you print”, and some other tweaks have made the text function a much more effective means of typing out information for your construction documents.

Jason is the Senior Practice Manager for Architecture and Engineering at CADD Microsystems where he heads up a team of like-minded individuals who are passionate about design and technology and making them work together. He has worked both in front of and behind the monitor in the AEC industry for over 20 years beginning his career as an architectural designer, but quickly discovering a passion and knack for technology. He migrated to the IT support world, applying that passion to help architects and engineers leverage technology in new and exciting ways, and save time in the process. He is one of the founders of RevitRVA, a Revit user group in the central Virginia area, and has a wide array of knowledge and experience with both software and hardware to help companies improve their processes and work more effectively.

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