Are you aware that if you need to move objects in Autodesk Revit in a certain direction just ever so slightly without precision, you can nudge them by using the up/down/left/right arrow keys on your keyboard.
Nudging is a simple way to push things around quickly. When the elements are selected, you can use the arrow keys to move the elements horizontally or vertically in small increments. Each press of an arrow key nudges the element a specific distance based on your current zoom factor.
The closer you zoom into the object, the finer the nudge will become, and vice versa - as you zoom out, the nudge is greater.
Note: your snap settings do not affect the nudging distances set by the zoom level. However, holding the Shift key whilst using the nudge tool increases the distance of the nudge.
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