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Fri, Aug 12, 2005 at 11:32:34 PM | Door Schedules

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I would like to create a parameter for DOOR SIZE within the schedule. It should read: 'width x height' whatever the width and height are. If I do it as a formula, it will actually multiply the width by height. I can simply type in the values also. But, I would like it to get updated as and when I change the door width and height. Whatever I know of programming, there should be a way to say - width + "x" + height. Thank you.

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Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 12:08:17 AM | RE: Door Schedules

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Also, the Door schedule shows the two column headers - Doors, Frame. How can we edit these? As in, how do we add a parameter under one of these headings.

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Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 8:15:37 PM | RE: Door Schedules

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Actually my question is similar and he person who answers this topic can touch on mine. I want to know how do I put a sub category under a parameter for a room schedule? Like under walls, I want to show N, S, E, W for the finishes of the different sides.

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Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 11:07:17 PM | RE: Door Schedules

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Why not just have three columns... Have your width, (then an added parameter for the x), height, You can then have them automatically adjusted when changes are made. Column headers can easily be edited by selecting in the schedule view and changing the text. You can also group the headers to make sub headers etc by selecting multiples and clicking the "group" button in the top status bar. HTH.

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Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 11:11:15 PM | RE: Room Schedules

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Please remember there is no way currently to have the wall finishes associated to the room they're in. Any wall finish information will be text and have to be updated manually. Best bet is to use schedule keys and shared parameters for the various pieces you want to schedule, that way you could create particular setups for particular types of rooms. Pick the type and the appropriate finishes are applied to the other parameters. Checkout the revit help about schedule keys for more info.

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