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Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 8:53:56 PM | Code Summary as Schedule or Family / Table

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If I wanted to make a table and fill it in manually what would you guys recommend? Please see the attached image.

Instead of drawing annotation lines to make a table, I'd like to fill in cells in a schedule or insert a family that has scheduling parameters / values that I could enter or change on a per project basis.

Thanks.

I looked at other posts before adding this so I realize Revit is necessarily suited to making MS Excel style table and summaries.

 



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Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 9:51:44 PM | Code Summary as Schedule or Family / Table

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Some people are using key schedules for this using a category tghey would not normally use. Like an mechanical category for architect.


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