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Tue, May 15, 2012 at 5:50:00 PM | objects in view on sheet set not showing up in PDF

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MikeyCz


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I am using Revit 2013.  Im trying to print out my sheet set and in Revit everything looks good but when I save to a PDF many objects, such as my foundation piers and foundation beams do not show up.  On my sheet view everything is there and visible, nothing is hidden.  Not sure why it would be visible in Revit when nothing is hidden but when saved to a PDF for printing some objects can not be seen.  Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated.


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Tue, May 15, 2012 at 10:02:40 PM | objects in view on sheet set not showing up in PDF

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Check if you are printing vector in one and raster in the other. I've seen that have some affect on printing.


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Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 4:30:27 PM | objects in view on sheet set not showing up in PDF

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I was having the same problem with a specific detail then

I switch from vector to raster and it worked! I switched back and voila it worked again.



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Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 12:16:58 AM | objects in view on sheet set not showing up in PDF

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I am having the same problem. In a roof plan, my walls show up under the roof just like I want them to. I have adjusted the roof transparency to 50% and made the walls dashed. Everything looks fine. But when I print (and in print preview) they all disapear. Except one specific wall type that is concrete with a stone face. In some places that one specific wall type is not under a roof.

I tried the raster trick that TKennedy suggested. It sucessfully printed the walls, but all of the building is very light grey and hard to see. All the annotations print full black. When I switched back to vector it printed the same as it did before, no walls besides the ones mentioned above.

Help Please!



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Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 12:00:02 PM | objects in view on sheet set not showing up in PDF

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You got exactly what you told Revit to do.  Setting the roof to 50% transparent is your problem. 

Read this item in your HELP:  It will show you how to show items overhead.

Changing Line Styles for a View Underlay

It will come up if you search using "overhead"


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