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Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 6:26:49 PM | Crop the Graphical Column Schedule

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I need to produce a 8.5"x11"addendum sketch of one of the columns that has changed in my graphical column schedule. All I need to show is the one column that changed. Problem is I can't crop the column schedule to hide the rest of the columns and I can't use a masking region either. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 6:30:39 PM | Crop the Graphical Column Schedule

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Use a sketch overlay sheet.  We do these for all addendum's where we do not want to issue a revised sheet.  A sample of that used to be on the AUGI site.  It is an 8.5x11 sheet with a masking region that you drop over-top of your working drawing sheet.  It reads the sheet values and only displays a window of the original sheet.

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Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 6:38:27 PM | Crop the Graphical Column Schedule

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WWHUB,

I just read a post about the sketch overlay family as it deals with addundums.  The thread had a link to AUGI site but is no longer active.  Are you aware of any where else I could find out how to make this family

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Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 7:26:04 PM | Crop the Graphical Column Schedule

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I sent the original poster a copy of the family that had been posted on AUGI so I also sent it to you Greg.  I do not have the credits of who created this so I don't feel comfortable posting it here.

 

Mark did not respond with even a thank you .... I hope you do if it works for you.


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Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 6:31:49 PM | Crop the Graphical Column Schedule

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Sorry about the late thank you. Mark was working 55 to 60 hours a week on a 110 million dollar job that was his second job he ever did in revit and he was the only draftsman on the job that knew revit. 

   Thank you,

   Mark 


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Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 9:29:29 PM | Crop the Graphical Column Schedule

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Is this still the easiest way to work with addendums and issuing revisions without re-issuing the whole sheet? If so is the family you mentioned still floating around?

Addtionally, we have a sheet with mutiple elevations on it referencing the same keynote schedule. How would you suggest going about issuing a small portion of one elevation that still uses the same numbers as the original sheet?

Thanks!


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