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Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 10:04:01 PM | location of the elevation tag and section tag

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Is there an easy way to make elevation tag and section tag in the same location in certain views? Must I go to each view to do that manually?


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Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 10:15:28 PM | location of the elevation tag and section tag

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I'm not positive what you mean. Can you ellaborate? If the elevation and section in question are on the same page Revit will align it for you if you just drag them you get the blue dotted alignment reference. But that's fairly obvious so I assume that's not it...

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Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 3:42:24 AM | location of the elevation tag and section tag

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I mean in different views. I can alighn them in one view by drag that dot, but I have to do that in each view? That's tedious, I think Revit is suppos to be smarter.

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Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 3:55:23 AM | location of the elevation tag and section tag

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I know what you mean but i don't think Revit will do that in any automated way because alot of residential drafties would have more than one view on a page so locking the view title to a spot would be frustrating on some jobs. If i was attacking that problem, I would create the sheets in my template with the views (elevation, section, etc) already on them. It would mean you would already have a section marker in plan when you start a new job but you could simply move that around so the view stayed in the same place on the sheet.


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Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 3:58:18 AM | location of the elevation tag and section tag

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Oops I just read your post again and I realize what you mean now. Right click on the dot you mentioned and change it to 3D mode. That will move it in all views.

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Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 3:07:10 PM | location of the elevation tag and section tag

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Thanks for the reply. I want in all the 1/8" drawing, they are  in one consistant location, and in 1/16" drawings they are in another consistant location. If I use 3D, I can only have one location.


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