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Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 7:41:32 PM | Multiple Sets of drawings

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How do people handle multiple sets of drawings within a project? I'm creating a CD set and a Variance set. I've created 2 sets of elevations, plans, sections etc. but it is getting difficult to make sure the "variance" sections show up in the "variance" plans. Could I attach a project parameter of "variance" and then filter out those views marked variance in the regular views? Any thoughts? Thanks!


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Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 8:08:47 PM | Multiple Sets of drawings

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We archive our projects at each phase and so we use basically the same views in each phase (not always).

 

'Variance' plans - sounds like a site plan and not many views.   So they would be seperate and in their own folder.


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Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 8:28:53 PM | Multiple Sets of drawings

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Thanks WWWhub - unfortuneatly they happen at the same time, so I've just now figured I can use a filter and combine it with a view template to hide all of the variance elevations and sections on the non-variance views and vice-versa. It's a lot of set up, but once it is in the template it will only have to happen once. Alternatively, I could have used selection sets, but that seemed a little harder to manage. 


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Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 5:39:52 AM | Multiple Sets of drawings

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Hi LTI,

I'm doing the same thing.   Not sure how you are applying the filter.  Could you explain a little further please?

RegardsBrent


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Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 6:10:41 AM | Multiple Sets of drawings

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Worked it out....

In the properties pallete click view templates

Make a new view template - In the View Properties area click V/G Overides Filters

Create a new filter

Filter category "Callouts"

Apply a filter rule - We used sheet number


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