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Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 2:29:15 PM | Engineering Stamps on Multiple Sheets

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Using Revit 2014.  Is there a way to turn on/off an enginnering stamp in the borders of multiple sheets at once?  Not every sheet but just selected sheets, i.e. electrical stamp on E-sheets, mechanical stamp on M-sheets, etc.  Because different disciplines require differnet stamps within the same Revit file I would not be able to select borders visible in entire project.  I need to be able to select just E-sheets and turn on the parameter for the E-stamp rather than open each sheet individually and turn it on/off there.  


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Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 3:11:11 PM | Engineering Stamps on Multiple Sheets

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If your titleblocks had been set up with the discipline being a type parameter then this would be easy.  Maybe now is a time to do that because I don't see any other way to do this.  You might look in the apps.


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Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 3:21:06 PM | Engineering Stamps on Multiple Sheets

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Thanks.  We get most of our titleblocks from the Architect on each project.  We can obvioulsy edit them to a certain extent.

 

Can you explain the process for editing like you suggest?  Does this mean we would have to create a separate titleblock for each discipline rather than one titleblock for all? 

 

Since we get our titleblocks from the Arch and they update them periodically it might just be easier to toggle them in each sheet like we do now.  Maybe Revit will eventually update this and make it easy.


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Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 4:13:44 PM | Engineering Stamps on Multiple Sheets

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This would be a simple thing to do even if the titleblocks are furnished.   In the project or in the family, add another type or more to the family calling them  E, M or whatever.  Then on the appropriate sheets pick the correct type.  Now to set your seal switches, you can right click on one titlebock and pick select all in project then set the correct seal for that type.


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