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Thu, May 25, 2006 at 3:14:07 PM | Manipulating Schedules

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I am fairly new to Revit, so i am by no means an expert. I have been messing around with schedules a little bit and organizing a drawing index on the cover sheet. and after i started the schedule we have since added drawings. but the new drawings appear at the top of the list, not in the order where we need them. how can i edit the schedule and move them down into the correct place?

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Thu, May 25, 2006 at 3:48:17 PM | RE: Manipulating Schedules

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It depends. If you want the sheets so that the sheet number is alphabetical, go into the schedule properties and click on sorting/grouping and sort by sheet number. If this is not how you want to see it, then what I normally do is create a new field for the schedule, and then number the sheets in the order I want to see them, and sort by the new field, and then hide that fiel, and the schedule appears as I want it. HTH

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Sat, May 27, 2006 at 6:10:19 PM | RE: Manipulating Schedules

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I'm new to Revit and online forums too, so not sure if this proper way to inquire, but it is a related question. I'm simply trying to figure out how to create a Drawing Index from the schedule tool. In searching the Revit help menu I can't even find reference to it ...from this original thread it looks like you can, what am I missing

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Mon, May 29, 2006 at 6:31:38 AM | RE: Manipulating Schedules

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Go to your view pull down, 'new' (fly out) and then choose 'drawing list'...

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Mon, May 29, 2006 at 9:10:01 AM | RE: Manipulating Schedules

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Thank you, I feel right silly now!

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Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 6:14:57 PM | Manipulating Schedules

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Q1. I need to create a schedule for a Model Room - i will like to create a schedule with everything in it. The schedule should have plumbing fixture, furniture, materials,... Can someone help me?

 

Q.2 When creating a Plumbing Schedule i will like the Material & Dimensions to show how can i do this task?


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