The following key terms were used in this lesson:
Properties are common to many elements in a family. A type property affects all instances (individual elements) of that family in the project and any future instances that you place in the project.
Properties that apply to individual instances (elements) of a family type in the project. Instance properties tend to vary with the location of an element in a building or project. An instance property affects only one selected element, or the element that you are about to place.
Different views of the model, such as plan, elevation, section, and 3D views.
The outer limits or edges of many building elements, such as stairs, floors, or roofs.
The measurement from the floor up to the bottom of the rough opening or sill of a door or window.
The measurement from the floor to the top of the rough opening or head of a door or window.