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Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 10:28:50 PM | Hiding elevation tags

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Is there a way to hide certain types of elevation using the Visibility/Graphics for each view? 

Here is the problem.  I am using Revit 2011 and I have a bunch of different elevation views (Building, Interior, etc.).  I want to be able to turn certain types off while leaving the certain ones on.  Ex. I want to be able to turn off the Interior Elevations while keeping the Building Elevations on.

I know that they can be selected by type (ie all the Building Elevation types) and hidden all at once in each view, but its a pain to go to each view and do that.  I am hoping that there is a way that each type can be turned on and off using the V/G display.

If you know of a way or have any suggestion, please let me know.  Thanks.


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Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 11:19:11 PM | Hiding elevation tags

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I don't think there is a setting/option to do what you are describing. V/G only changes visibility on a view by view basis. Maybe apply V/G to a view template and apply view template to other views? I'm not sure how much easier (or if it would at all) that would make things.

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Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 6:39:44 AM | Hiding elevation tags

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Yes, you can do this using view filters.

We are currently doing exaclty what you describing to turn off the elevations from our Interiors Group should they appear on the Arch views and vise versa


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