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Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 7:49:51 AM | REVIT 2011 - set view to work place?

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hi all wizards-

is there a method to change view to align with a work plane?


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Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 9:35:15 AM | REVIT 2011 - set view to work place?

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I'm not sure if this is exactly what you mean but: 

I gues you've created a refplane in a certain angle?

Now place a wall aligned to/on this refplane.

rightclick the elevation and choose create similar.

get your mouse close to the wall and you'll see the elevation will allign to the wall as you can see in the image.



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Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 11:52:10 AM | REVIT 2011 - set view to work place?

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IF YOU ARE USING A REFERENCE PLANE - IN THE PROPERTIES BOX GIVE IT A NAME - THEN ORIENT THE VIEW TO THE NAMED REFERENCE PLANE. ONLY WORKS IF THE PLANE HAS A NAME!!

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Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 5:47:20 PM | REVIT 2011 - set view to work place?

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Hello All,  So to add to this thread - how would one go about creating a plan view of a reference plane created in an elevation view at say 10 degrees to the horizontal?   I would like the plan view to be perpendicular to this new 10 degree reference plane but when I say to orient the view in view properties, I only have levels to choose from, not named reference planes (which I did name btw)

Any help appreciated!


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Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 5:59:49 PM | REVIT 2011 - set view to work place?

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Plan views are always horizontal so that is not what you want.  Instead, you want a section view cut at that angle.  Crete the section from a normal elevation and rotate it 10 degrees. 

 

BTW - If you can not have walls that are tilted 10 degrees if you are trying to do that as well.


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