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Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 11:19:54 PM | Scheduling override individual fields?

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CoconutsMcgee


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Hi there,

Revit 2012

I have got my Door schedule to a point where it looks quite useful. I made most of the fields simply text based since there were so many variations. As for Height and Width, I did use the benefits of revit scheduling. Although I am calling up some furniture wall doors in the schedule but I don’t want to show their Height value (the width does not always show up) I did not build the furniture wall door family and I used a curtain wall system to put it in the model which seems to work quite well. But Now I have many furniture wall doors where just the height shows up.

Could I get some advice as to how to override or hide individual fields within a schedule without deleting the actual door? Or could somebody describe how to control this within the family?

Thank you very much in advance.



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Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 1:24:49 PM | Scheduling override individual fields?

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It sounds like you've got a real mish-mash...

Do the "furnature wall doors" really belong in this schedule or should you filter them out and put them somewhere else?  I really like to use curtain walls for curtain walls or windows.  But a lot of people do just what you have done.  I would have made them a special family in the correct category. 

There is no way to over-ride the height data field.

Curtain wall door widths always show up unless something else is here that you have not told us.


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