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Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 9:31:53 PM | Interior Elevation Tags

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I am using Revit LT 2014 and and trying to do interior elevations for bathrooms and kitchens.  The office standard from CAD is to have a plan on the interior elevation sheet that shows the interior elevation tag.  Currently I have duplicated with details my floor plan and then added the interior elevation tag.  This works fine except it still shows up on the original plan which is not what I want.  Just as a test I added the interior elevation on my original plan and it did not show up in the duplicate.  Any idea/suggestions besides hiding in view the interior elevation tags in the original plan.

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Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 7:55:48 AM | Interior Elevation Tags

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why don't you just use"hide elements" at original plan?


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Quoting dingohot from 2013-07-12 02:55:48

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why don't you just use"hide elements" at original plan?

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Thats always a possibility. Usually when I resort to that I figure there was something I missed.


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Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 7:23:36 PM | Interior Elevation Tags

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So I am having a new issue in regards to Interior Elevation Tags.  The residual CAD standard is that the sheet is laid out with a detail kitchen plan and then the four subsequent elevations.  All of these would be detail 01 on the sheet with the elevations being A, B, C, D respectivley.  The tag on the detail plan would show the 01/A_XXX in the center with the letters in the pointer.  Is it possible to create a sub detail number that can be referenced by the interior elevation tag and by the view title.  I am assuming this has something to do with shared parameters but I havent gotten a grasp on that yet.

I have been throwing most of the CAD standards out the window but I kind of like this one, so I'm fighing to keep it.

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