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Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 3:47:14 PM | Linked Revit Model Sheets

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Hello,

I am working in Revit Architecture 2013. I linked a Revit model from a project that had all of the architectural drawings. I did not create either Revit file; I was just asked to coordinate everything. I edited the fields so that the sheets from the linked file show up in the index, however I cannot move them to the Architectural discipline. Someone had already set up all the architectural sheets correctly, but since they didn't know how to link the models, they are merely placeholders. How can I "replace" those sheets with the linked model sheets. I am sending this model to a contractor, so how will they be able to view these linked sheets in the central file?

Thank you very much in advance,

Margaret Frank


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Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 3:53:06 PM | Linked Revit Model Sheets

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If I need to create a Shared Parameter to order the sheets from the linked model, how exactly do I set that up?

 


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Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 4:10:18 PM | Linked Revit Model Sheets

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You should not have any "sheets" for the linked model in your project so if someone made up dummy sheets you will want to delete those..  Simply include them in your index schedule  but checking the box to include linked models.

 

NOTE:  If you think you will have their actual sheets in the model, you are mistaken.  Those sheets stay in the linked model and are printed from there.


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Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 4:16:47 PM | Linked Revit Model Sheets

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So there's no possible way to import the sheets made in another project if they have model views?


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Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 4:57:52 PM | Linked Revit Model Sheets

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You can't import the sheets.  Sorry.

But there is no need too.  The sheet names and numbers import for your schedule and printing from the other model is no problem.


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Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 5:04:28 PM | Linked Revit Model Sheets

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I just wanted to be able to send the contractor one revit file with all the sheets instead of two, but if it's not possbile I'll send them seperately.


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