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Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 6:25:44 PM | Turning off one object in all views with one step?

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I was just wondering if there was a way to turn off certain objects in all views such as sections, plans, elevations, etc. by just doing one step instead of going view by view turning the objects off in VG (visual graphics)?

 I'm using Revit Architecture 2008.

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Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 6:40:57 PM | Turning off one object in all views with one step?

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If everything needs to be the same (V/G settings, veiw ranges, everything) you can use view templates. If almost everything needs to be the same, you can apply view templates then go back and change a couple things. The help files do a decent job of explaning the process.

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Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 9:46:08 PM | Turning off one object in all views with one step?

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I'm sorry is there any other way you could explain that.  I'm not seeing what your talking about in VG (Visual Graphics).

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Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 9:57:00 PM | Turning off one object in all views with one step?

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2009 has the ability to pick and chose which parts of a view template are applied. So that would be the best way in the future. Otherwise you are stuck with applying a full view template, setting the "Hide at Scales Corser Than" in element properties, or hiding the object(s) idividually.

 

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Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 9:58:50 PM | Turning off one object in all views with one step?

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Meaning that you could set up a view template that has the entire section catagory hidden. Its an all or nothing kind of thing.

 

Along the same lines you could use the "hide at scales corser than" but that affects all views. If you set it to 1/4" then you will never see it on any 18/" plan no matter what...

 

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