To assist with migration to its new User Interface AutoCAD Architecture 2010, like AutoCAD 2010, has a Command Search built into the Application Button. Tap in a command/tool name, or part of one, and the location is shown on the Application Button, QAT or Ribbon. "Related Results" also searches command descriptions, useful if you can't remember the exact command or term. Clicking a search result launches the command.
Revit Architecture 2010 doesn't have the Application Button Command Search and only offers a separate "Where is My Command" Help File. While this is useful it could be better and fortunately a Revit Blogger is doing something about that.
Nicholas Lyadurai and friends are working on a very cool "Where is my command" tool inspired by the Microsoft Office interactive on-line guides. Click on a tool in the old Revit 2009 User Interface to launch an animation showing the equivalent in Revit 2010. Although still "work in progress" (Design Bar and Tool Bar commands done, menus coming) it's a tool that can be used on-line, or downloaded, and one that should have been provided out of the box.
One of my friends and myself are working on a “Where is my command” interactive tool for Revit Architecture 2010 for Revit Architecture 2009 users. This tool is *similar* to Microsoft's Office 2007 ‘where is my command’ tool...