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Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 1:02:36 AM | Same but Different

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Has anyone found a way to have the multiple sets of drawings in the same project. I want to have different sets of drawings in the same file but Revit will not let me number hte sheet the same way twice. Thanks in advance to all try to help.

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Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 1:19:28 PM | Same but Different

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You can have as many as you want but they need to have different numbers.  Am I misunderstanding your question?

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Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 4:22:25 PM | Same but Different

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 I am trying to find a way to have many sets of drawings in the same file with the same sheet numbers. Basically the sets of drawings are going to share the same schedules, keynote lists etc and so when a change is made I dont want to have to change those elements 10 different times.

For instance:

Space#: 100  Sheet #: A1-1 Name:Floor Plan

Space#: 225 Sheet #: A1-1 Name: Floor Plan

 I thought I might be able to modify the Sheet Number parameter to have a small grey vertically aligned number beside it that would give the sheet distinction but at the same time appear for the most part the same. But the parameter for the Sheet will only allow me to have one text size and color without breaking it up.

Anyone??

 


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Sat, Nov 8, 2008 at 9:15:57 AM | Same but Different

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Set up different sheets for different kinds of display.  You can put the sheet type number in each family.

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