There is plenty of information available about Component Stairs in Revit 2013.  I thought I would collect some of the better resources and post them here.

This first link is a little bit outside-the-square, but it relates to teaching a class of people who don’t know how Revit 2013 stairs work.  Check it out:
Teaching the new Stair Assemblies in Autodesk Revit Architecture 2013 – ASCENT Blog

How do all the 2013 Stair families relate to each other?
Graphic Flowchart – new Stair Families in Revit 2013

How do the stair paths work?
Stair Path Annotations in Revit 2013

Now, some videos:


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Autodesk Revit Architecture 2013 — Component-based Stairs – YouTube

MasterGraphicsInc:

Case Inc:

Microdesk:

Index to AutodeskBuilding videos:
REVIT Structure Learning Curve: Revit 2013 Stair Video Tutorials

2013 Stairs and Railings – WikiHelp VIDEO INDEX

If you still can’t make a stair that you like, make one in-place šŸ˜‰
In-place and Component families of Stair and Railing Category

Double Click Middle Button in a view = Zoom to Fit
Double Click on a component Family = Edit the Family (open in the family editor)

Some people like the new Stairs functionality?
http://blogs.rand.com/architectural/2012/03/what-really-matters-for-2013.html

Sketch stairs can be added to an Assembly, but Component Stairs can’t…

Multi-segmented grids:
To create a multi-segmented grid, select the Multi-segment tool in the Draw panel of the Modify|Place Grid context tab.  This will enable sketch mode for you to draw the grid line.  This will work on linear and radial grids or a combination of lines and arcs in the sketch, but must be a continuous segment.
http://blogs.rand.com/support/2012/03/revit-2013-miscellaneous-improvements.html

Arc grids are also available: