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    Sloped Floor Tool?

    I am editing a model that someone else did the site work for. I came across something I haven't seen in Revit before. It results in a sloped floor, or in this case, concrete pad. I can't find any place to adjust the slope, or where this tool is located. What is this tool and where do I find it and how do I use it?
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    Slope Arrow tool. Within the sketch of the floor, its in the ribbon.

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    Once in your "Edit Floor Mode" Select the Slope Arrow. You will be able to edit its Slope Properties

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