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Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 6:07:30 PM | Adding Window Parameters/Fields for Window Schedule

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I use Revit Architecture 2009.

I am working on my window schedule now. I want there to be more parameters automatically loaded into the schedule than the listed fields offer. I am wondering, is there any way that I can work the 3D models of the windows so that fields such as frame, glass, finish, jamb, sill, head, glazing remarks, and u-value can be automatically placed in the schedule? 

I'm getting the impression that only the existing fields are offered in Revit and that extra fields must be manually put it.  

Thanks for any help you can give me.


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Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 6:13:12 PM | Adding Window Parameters/Fields for Window Schedule

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You need to check out Shared Parameters. They allow you to create parameters in a family that can be shown in schedules and tags.


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Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 6:23:57 PM | Adding Window Parameters/Fields for Window Schedule

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Hi,

 Actually, those inputs were done manually by someone. We just have them as part of the sample library or a manufacturer specs. You could always add extra parameters that would define your window types. Like in any other elements in your schedule, you edit the schedule properties (as type or instance) and your family will be updated automatically. If you don't find it in the standard parameters, you can always create one that works for you. But again, you have to give it a value unless your manufacturer provides a revit model of it with inputs.


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