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Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 3:46:57 AM | CREATING LEVEL IN NEW PROJECT.

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HI THERE, I'M USING REVIT 2014.

MY PROBLEM IS, I'M CREATING NEW PROJECT FILE WITH STANDARD REVIT PROJECT TEMPLATE. IN THE PROJECT BROWSER UNDER FLOOR PLANS ALREADY INDICATED LEVEL 1. BUT WHEN I CREATE / ADD ANOTHER LEVEL, I DIDN'T SEE THE EXISTING LEVEL 1 ON MY ELEVATION VIEW EXCEPT THE ONE I'M CREATED. COULD ANYONE THERE TELL ME WHAT SUPPOSE I DO TO OVERCOME THIS ISSUE?

 

MANY THANK IN ADVANCE.


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Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 2:29:31 PM | CREATING LEVEL IN NEW PROJECT.

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"I DIDN'T SEE THE EXISTING LEVEL 1 ON MY ELEVATION VIEW EXCEPT THE ONE I'M CREATED"

 

I dont get what you are asking.  Attachan image of your elevation view.


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Sun, Jan 5, 2014 at 11:34:14 AM | CREATING LEVEL IN NEW PROJECT.

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HI teafoe5,

MANY THANKS FOR RESPONDING TO MY POST. ANY WAY I HAVE FOUND THE ANSWER OF MY QUESTION EARLIER.

THANKS  AGAIN.


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Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 2:15:16 PM | CREATING LEVEL IN NEW PROJECT.

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Glad you found you solved your problem.  This is a learning/teaching forum so if you could state your problem more clearly and also your solution for anyone who may come across the same problem that would be great!


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Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 4:00:33 PM | CREATING LEVEL IN NEW PROJECT.

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In ordeer for grid lines, reference planes and levels to show up in any view their "3D Extents" must 'intersect' the "view" itself. Then there are 'Scope Boxes" which allow isolated or "pocketed" extents. 

 

So you you need to know how to control both the extents of the datum elements as well as the extents of the views. If you include scope boxes then that just provides individual environments.

 

This applies to all datums and all 2d views.

 

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See the series on "Datums, Views, Crop Regions, Scope Boxes and Reference Planes"

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