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Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 3:12:07 AM | KEYNOTING!!!




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I am trying to figure a way to do keynoting. I have figured out the way to use the divisions... but I am trying to add a keynote to a object on a plan and go back to written list of items number 1 2 3 etc.. and help? PLEASE!!!

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Sorry but your question is not clear.

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Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 7:16:59 PM | KEYNOTING!!!



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Create a generic annotation family.  It needs 2 pieces of information, the Number that you want assigned to it, and then the text description.  The $20,000.00 question though, is whether you want these parameters to be instance, or type based!  I prefer type based, even though this requires a new type for EVERY keynote.  Now, under view, create a new schedule, but choose the note block schedule.  This pops up a dialog box, which shows EVERY family from which you can create a schedule of this type (They must all be generic annotations).  Choose the family you created, then add the 2 parameters to the schedule, then format schedule per your standards, then place schedule on a sheet. 

 Now to keynote, you need to use the symbol command, choose your family, then once you've placed the symbol, you need to add leaders (not as efficient as the keynote command, but this will get you what I think you are wanting).  As previously mentioned, if you need a new keynote, just create a new type, give it a new number, and then populate the description.  NOTE:  This ONLY shows keynotes that are displayed on your sheet.

 Hope this helps


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