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Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 3:22:35 PM | Electrical circuits tagging

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Hi it seems that when i go to tag all my electrical fixtures it throws all the tags away from the annotation.  I was just wondering if this was normal, or any way to fix this?  Ive already tried moving the annotation around in the family editor and it would fix it one way, but not when the receptacles are facing a different direction I still end up having to move them near the location of the outlet.



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Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 6:35:15 PM | Electrical circuits tagging

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Can you upload the Tag Family and the Receptical Family ? It's probably one or the other. I don't think that it's normal behaviour. Our don't do that.


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Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 7:22:38 PM | Electrical circuits tagging

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I mean I know its kinda stupid and a bit lazy to be complaining about this, and thats not the fact I was just wondering if there was a more simple way handling this.  Im still a bit new with revit so im just trying to make sure there arnet any steps i might be missing or what not.  In the family editor of the tag I moved it to where its poisioned over the annotation when its vertical but all others still needs to be repositioned.

Thanks for the help



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