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Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 8:46:03 PM | Window Schedule

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any you guys have to do window schedules like this? Is there an easy way for revit to do this?



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Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 9:03:23 PM | Window Schedule

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Try Legend.


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Fri, Jul 3, 2015 at 12:37:23 AM | Window Schedule

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okay so legend... then what....


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Fri, Jul 3, 2015 at 9:54:11 AM | Window Schedule

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Here are the steps:

1.       In “Project Browser”, right click “Legends”, and then click “New Legend”; in pop-up window type “Window” in the name field, select the proper scale.

2.       Drag your window “TYPE A” onto the Legend view; select that window, then a ribbon will be shown on the top of your screen; under “View” pull down arrow select “Elevation Front”, that window will be shown in elevation view.

3.       Put all notations as you like, organize them.

4.       In “Project Browser”, right click “Sheets”, then click “New Sheet”; then name it to “Window Schedule”.

5.       Then drag the “Window” legend onto that sheet, now you have it.

The good thing for legends is you can drag and drop multiple families into a project. For example, in your master window legend, they are 20 window types. For your project AAA, you need 5 of them; you can select those five types, copy and paste onto your project AAA “Legend”. Just keep in mind that you can only copy and paste from a legend view to another legend view.

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thanks heaps for your help much appreciated! Will give it a go. 


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