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Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 7:47:46 AM | MAKING LEVEL TYPE

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Hi

I have new requirement from one of my collegue

if he create a new level in elevation, that floor view has to be automatically created under the specified folder in the project browser.

for example, we do this with sections, creating a new section type and applying a view template, then the sectional view will be arranged in the desired folder.

Is there any such work around for automatically adjusting floor plans while creating new levels?

i am using Revit 2017


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Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 4:02:37 PM | MAKING LEVEL TYPE

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If you create new levels by using the copy from ...say an elevation..., the plan views are not automatically created.  WShen you create a plan view, you can assign a view template that includes what sub folder to put the plan in.

 

Or simply apply a template to yor plan that has the sub folder location.



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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 11:27:40 AM | MAKING LEVEL TYPE

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Yes

Thank you for the reply.

i did it as per your point, steps are as follows'

1: in an elevation view, i created levels unchecking option to make plan views, so it will be simple levels without plans associated.

2: i went to View Tab, Plan views, make plan views, i slected all levels together then i applied view template there, then created floor plans.

3: Then all came to the same folder.


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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 11:49:38 AM | MAKING LEVEL TYPE

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Sorry, maybe I was not clear.

Your tempate has to have the assigment of where the plan is placed.  TYhere have been many posts here at RC on how to organize your browser and assign views accordingly.   Here is one of those.


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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 11:53:46 AM | MAKING LEVEL TYPE

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Also look at these images:



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