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Wed, Jun 7, 2006 at 9:34:59 PM | Blank schedules




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As an 8.1 user, is it possible to create a new, blank schedule where I can define all the rows and headers rather than basing it on something Revit wants to base it on. I want to create a room finish legend as I would in excel and control all the headings and row tiiles. Revit gives me a list of items to base it on but I do not want those appearing in my schedule. Any ideas?

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Wed, Jun 7, 2006 at 10:26:50 PM | RE: Blank schedules




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Schedules in Revit are made for reporting on items present in the Revit database. It may be easiest to simply do a drafting or legend view and "draw" the schedule. Of course you could do in Excel, print to PDF then export to JPG and insert into Revit. Tom

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Wed, Jun 7, 2006 at 11:27:00 PM | RE: Blank schedules




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The only schedule type that will let you add new rows without an actual object present in the database is Rooms and a Schedule Key. For your Room Finish schedule you would like the room name and number to be based on the actual rooms in the project, true? Then just include those parameters and then make your own project parameters for the rest of the data. Just associate the project parameters with the Rooms category then Revit will understand that they should be available for you to add to the schedule. You'll also be able to add the data to the room object's properties.

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