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Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 6:41:27 PM | adding views to sheet

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Hello,

 

I attached a very basic square.  I added a sheet "unnamed".  If I click on the sheet and try to add a view floor plan level 1 is not listed.  I just want to know why it is not listed.  


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Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 6:59:12 PM | adding views to sheet

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I'm not understanding your question.  There is nothing attached either.  Are you saying you have a floor plan view called level one and it is not showing up i nyour project browser?


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Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 7:06:16 PM | adding views to sheet

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Your question isn't clear. "...I attached a very basic square...."

Did you create a sheet family using the family template or modifing an existing one ?

Did you then load that sheet into your project?

Then did you create a sheet in the project using that family?

And finally did you add a view to the sheet?


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Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 7:12:55 PM | adding views to sheet

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I have two floor plans level 1 and level 2.  Level one is at 0' elevation and level 2 at 10' elevation.  I drew some walls on level 1 that are 8'.  I added a sheet so I could use the 8.5x11" standard revit template.  I go to that new sheet and the titleblock is shown and right click and try to add a view.  The view list that shows up does not have level 1 in the list.  All other levels are shown (level 2, all the 3d views, etc.).  I just do not understand why level 1 is not listed. 


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Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 7:14:43 PM | adding views to sheet

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I added the sheet by this procedure.  File>New>Family>Titleblocks (US imperial Folder)


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Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 7:36:51 PM | adding views to sheet

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If level 1 ever existed, then you somehow deleted it or you may have renamed it.

 

You can click on the view tab / plan views / floor plan and pick level 1 to create a level 1 floor plan.  If Level 1 is not there, then it may have been renamed and if you uncheck the box "do not duplicate existing views" then it will show up.  But this means you have a miss-named plan.

 

Another possible user mistake is that from a section or elevation, you renamed the floor level and accepted Revit's option of renaming the associated plans.


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Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 8:13:29 PM | adding views to sheet

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Someone from CADTutor helped out.  I was usingRevit's construction template.  The template had a few sheets already created.  The floor plan: level 1 was on one of those sheets.  I created a sheet and floor plan: level 1 was not showing up on the view list because it was on another sheet.  ERRR!!!  I though I was losing my mind.  


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