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Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 7:01:30 PM | Want to have typical washroom elevation on multiple sheets

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We have a few sheets of residenital unit plans. We want to place a typical washroom elevationon every sheet. I am thinking to make the typical washroom elevation as a "legend" (2d) so I could place it on the multiple sheets, but I still want to reference this elevation legend on the unit plan and want to use the same looking of interior elevation mark. Is it possible to make this happen? 

 

Other way I am think of to achive this is:

Create a 2d elevation view or 3d elevation view and duplicate as depandent views to place on multiple sheets. It sounds awkawrd to me, though.


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Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 2:09:43 PM | Want to have typical washroom elevation on multiple sheets

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I'm afraid you'll have to duplicate as dependant. And if you are using a 3 field reference bubble with dependant views be prepared for issues.


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Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 3:26:49 PM | Want to have typical washroom elevation on multiple sheets

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Oh.... I see. Thank you!


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Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 3:37:42 PM | Want to have typical washroom elevation on multiple sheets

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Another kind of crappy work around (I do this for keyplans) is to export the typical elevation (or plan) to an Image file (png, jpeg) and then insert that image directly onto the sheets. If the typical elevation changes you need to update the image file manually and replace that view on the sheet as you cannot link Image files. . . . . or Export the view to a CAD file and 'Link' that CAD file directly on the sheet. The Linked CAD file will update if you update the source CAD file.


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Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 4:20:00 PM | Want to have typical washroom elevation on multiple sheets

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Yeah, I did something like that. It's crappy, but achive certain task, though. Smile


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