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Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 10:32:25 AM | revit precision in schedules

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Hello,

i have this issue with the schedules:93.01+12.53 for revit is 105.55 instead of 105.54.

how can i force revit to add the rounded areas and forget about its precision?

i already tried to increase the precision - in the project settings  tab and decrease it back to 2 in the schedule format but its not working.

 

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Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 11:34:41 AM | revit precision in schedules

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Revit returns the actual values for accuracy.  Increase the precision in the schedule units to display it more accurately.

For example, the actual figures might be 93.014 and 12.533.  The first is rounded to 93.01 and the second as 12.53, which is correct.  The added value is 105.54.  You're asking Revit to return an incorrect value.


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Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 2:02:00 PM | revit precision in schedules

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yes, otherwise the client- would think the architect is stupid and cannot make simple sums.

if revit is so great that we can do alot of things with it, why would i use excel and compose the layout- the plan of an apartment and the areas with  other software?

 

 

 


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Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 2:28:39 PM | revit precision in schedules

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Well, I'm not sure why you would use Excel for that.  You will have the same problem in Excel unless you use the incorrect values.  Column B in the attachment shows the same figure as column A, but rounded to 2 places.  It returns the same results as Revit.



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