If you are not familiar with revit (or any other software) at all, your best bet is to take some training.
Here, on Hexabim, it is not a question of providing training but of providing advice and methods to people who already have a basic knowledge of the product concerned and specific questions.
Providing training cannot be improvised. This takes time and cannot be done in writing on a forum. As a result, you will not find a user of the software that will train you for free. I therefore invite you to look for training centers that will offer you face-to-face or videoconference training (such as Formalisa, in Rennes -France), or look for online video training, such as tutos.com or Elephorm.
Finally, there is also the possibility of exploring the procession of videos on sites like Youtube and blogs dedicated to Revit. There is good and bad, in all languages ... You can quite learn the basics of the software through this, but don't expect to find all the info on one channel or one blog.
The Eduscol site contains documents, courses ... on many taught disciplines. To find those concerning Revit, or another software used in the context of BIM, you have to do a search, for example leaves ou leaves, by writing the name of the software in the cell provided for this purpose on these pages ...
PS: And indeed, by looking a little, you can also find documents on religion, philosophy, mathematics, medicine, music ... but nothing on mixology!
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