Revit comes with 18 line styles, and you are sure to need more. Using just one color (black), and the default 13 line patterns and the 16 default line weights, you would need to make 208 line styles to have a complete set.
With about 300 fonts to choose from, many design firms have changed Revit's default font (Arial) to something else. But how hard is it? What are the steps? Below is the step-by-step instructions on how to change Revit's default Arial font to something you like better:
In the middle of the design process, families are needed instantly at the click of a button. Seek seems like the answer, because it is right there, on the ribbon (Insert tab). And Seek claims to have 65,000 Revit® families from hundreds of manufacturers.
Let’s run an experiment. I am working on a project that requires a door that is not in my firm’s standard family library. I type “door” into Seek’s search field and scan the results.