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Mon, Nov 1, 2004 at 4:57:22 AM | Multiple Levels..Many Multiple levels..

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Hello..Im dinkering with the Revit 7.0 release and Its very nice.. But I did a freehand sketch of a 65 floor tower... Now what is the easiest way to create all 65 floor levels..Is there a multiple level command that Im missing? It I did a array of the levels then they are all the same..? Help. Thanks

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Mon, Nov 1, 2004 at 8:05:17 PM | RE: Multiple Levels..Many Multiple levels..

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Hi, I tried it too. I think array is the best approach for your case but the question is the levels do not seems to be reflected properly in floor & ceiling plan view eventhough they are arrayed and show in elevation. It would be tedious to redraw all the levels in order for it to be properly reflected in plan view. Properly there are better approach than this!?

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Mon, Nov 1, 2004 at 8:47:19 PM | RE: Multiple Levels..Many Multiple levels..

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Personally i think the easiest way and maybe not the quickest but better way, would be to use the pick tool when placing your levels in elevation. Then just pick the faces of all your floors (yes one by one) using the level tool...

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Mon, Nov 1, 2004 at 9:25:21 PM | RE: Multiple Levels..Many Multiple levels..

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Sort of agree with you on this, Mr. Spot Quoted "the easiest way and maybe not the quickest but better way" Objective here is to do it correctly, and you must know what is right to you both the way and the output.. In the array way, we still need to ungroup them after we array them and still we have to redraw, than rename the level again... It seems easy in the early steps but it prehaps create more problems at the later stage by using array..

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Mon, Nov 1, 2004 at 9:28:18 PM | RE: Multiple Levels..Many Multiple levels..

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Okay there should be a ability to puull on one level and "Pull" it to how many you need and it will name the levels for you..ex: 1-? There has to be a easy way to do this..especially for high rises and such..

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Fri, Jan 21, 2005 at 7:06:26 PM | RE: Multiple Levels..Many Multiple levels..

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You could create all 65lvls in Elevation then Highlight everything in lvl1. Edit Copy to clipboard. Edit paste aligned => Select Lvls by name. Do that for every level. It may take some time but by doing it that way your guaranteed that all the lvls will be exactly the same. Post edited on 2005-01-21 19:07:16

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