1. Micah
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I am very new to Revit and still learning. I'm having an issue with one of my projects. The W, N, S Elevation views show everything. The E view only shows levels and floors.
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Click the triangle of the exterior elevation symbol in plan. That highlights a blue line, which you can drag closer to the building. You can also do that via the System Browser, you'll have to scroll down a bit.

p.s.: It sounds like you need to pull the blue line back, as you're describing a Building Section.
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Go to the east elevation view, turn on crop region and check if visible. Or go to plan view, turn on elevations and adjust view depth.
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