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Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 7:20:10 AM | Revit Schedules Defined Width

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I placed this comment here because i figured it would be a wishlist topic, but anyone, corect me if i am wrong. Is there a way to set a pre-set width to your collumns in schedules, so when you create them it makes them a user0defined length? probabbly asking too much, but it realluy would be nice, whiling i'm standing on spool # 60 over here, =). Maybe even a way to set a "template based settings" similiar to views, but for schedules to use.


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Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 7:22:16 AM | Revit Schedules Defined Width

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Create the schedule in your template and place it on a sheet where you can set the widths.


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Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 7:27:26 AM | Revit Schedules Defined Width

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Yea that is the prceoss i am doing now. I was just seeing if there was a way to keep the width, when duplicating, or a way to pre-set the widths so i do not have to manually resize them on the page. I have 3 schedule per page and like 60 pages, it would save me a lot of time if there was a way to avoid that.


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Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 8:30:25 AM | Revit Schedules Defined Width

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ARe all the schedules the same parameters.... just different filters for data?

 

If so, schedules can be imported so try this:

  1. On the first schedule sheet where you have everything set, remove all views except for the schedule.
  2. Without closing your file, create a new project (no template).
  3. Working in that new file, use import views from file to import that first schedule sheet.
  4. Renumber this sheet in the new file with a sub number like '-2'
  5. In this new project, edit this imported schedule changing the name and filters to match your second schedule
  6. Now you have a new schedule already sheeted - import this into your main project.
  7. Go back to your new project and again do 4 (sheet sub name '-3'), 5 and 6
  8. Continue for your 30 schedules.
  9. Get rid of your old sheets and schedules (except for the very first) and rename your new ones.

This works because I tested it.

 


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Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 12:04:40 PM | Revit Schedules Defined Width

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Got it. That worked like a charm, thank you HUB, greatly appreciated.


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