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Fri, Jul 1, 2005 at 1:17:26 AM | Titleblocks / Sheet Sets

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In a all of our building models we would like to have the option to print a set of drawings in two different sizes. I cannot find a way to have multiple sets. Whenever a view is loaded into a sheet it is removed from the list of views to be placed in other sheets. Does this mean that I have do duplicate all my views. Post edited on 2005-06-30 20:18:05

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Fri, Jul 1, 2005 at 2:34:14 AM | RE: Titleblocks

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No, you do not have to duplicate views. One of the beauties of Revit is the way it handles printing. To do a half size set, just define a new print set-up that prints at 50%.to the correct size paper in your printer. HTH Tom

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Tue, Aug 2, 2005 at 7:28:42 PM | RE: Titleblocks

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Reducing the print size by 50% will create scaling problems. There must be some simple way to have two drawing sets in my revit model.

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Tue, Aug 2, 2005 at 8:40:50 PM | RE: Titleblocks

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There is a simple way. tomdinmn gave it to you. I don't understand what you mean by scaling issues. It will scale fine although at 1/2 the scale listed in the View Title. If you are that worried about that then state that the sheet is 1/8" = 1'-0" on a 24x36 sheet. Any sheet size other than that and the scale is relative to that sheet only.

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Tue, Aug 2, 2005 at 10:36:17 PM | RE: Titleblocks

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The way your wanting to do it yes you would have to duplicate all your views to place on the different size sheets. Imagine all the text sizes will need to be adjusted for the different scale view... Thats dimensions, tags, sections markers, symbols. Setting a different scale will have all these elements appear differently. We typically just setup our views, for instance at A1 then print 50% to have A3's. You can add text to your titleblock to say 1:100@A1 or add a print scale so when you do these prints you turn this parameter on in the titleblock and have it set to 1:2... Make Sense?

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Wed, Aug 3, 2005 at 6:56:15 PM | RE: Titleblocks

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Yes, I understand my options. Thank you all for your assistance.

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