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Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 4:24:57 AM | Gotta start learning Revit again

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Hi All

I am a ADT user 

I have poked around here before a couple of years ago, but never got around to getting past the starting post as a Revieer. But must get started again.

Can anyone point me to where I can learn to set up my ADT/A-Cad Sheet/title blocks in Revit??


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Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 7:41:13 AM | Gotta start learning Revit again

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Hello Pele,

its not that long since i got to solve this for our company also. Your friend would be "Shared parametres", you can find many topics here on this and also there are many tutorials.

The idea of Shared parametres is simple and can give you advantage over ADT since you can edit one in project and all will be edited (if you have selected that they work as one).

Remember to use them like you will need to edit them. Project Name will be same for whole project but some will not be the same and they will differ from sheet to sheet (Date, sheet names etc.).

 

When you have your blocks and sheets ready, you will create RTE file which is a template for your work. When you start projects, you will start with that RTE template and you will work more effectively than in ADT with these blocks and sheets.

 

Hope it helps


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