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Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:41:34 PM | Revit 2014 Schedules display differences between "paper" vs "edit"




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I noticed this when i was editing a schedule that was already placed on a sheet and had been resized for specific use in the sheet, that the display width was directly represented in the "edit" mode as it was on the "sheet" mode.

1. Is there a way to turn this off as that one does not affect another? Similar to Revit 2013

2. Can rows be expanded in "edit" mode, similar to as they are displayed in the finished product? (The row resize function is greyed out as you can see in the image, plus rows are given a height automatically by the scheduled data.) Its as if the updated schedule function was only taken halfway to WYSIWYG

Thanks, Kevin

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Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 7:18:04 AM | Revit 2014 Schedules display differences between "paper" vs "edit"



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Prior to 2013, Revit's edit schedule was visually independent of the sheet settings.  I don't know why they changed this - really dumb, but there does not seem a way to seperate them.  If you adjust the column width in the edit mode, it's messed up on the sheet.

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Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 7:20:59 AM | Revit 2014 Schedules display differences between "paper" vs "edit"



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The appearance of a schedule in the "edit" mode is controlled by standard parameters. You cannot change this, it's always the same.

In the "edit" mode, you CAN adjust the alignement of the text/data. Changing the font indeed only changes it in this view.

The appearance on the sheet can be changed in the Schedule Properties under "Appearance". Here you set the font for the text/data.

Don't know if this helps.

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