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Thu, Jan 4, 2007 at 5:30:08 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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I created a drawing index schedule but I'm not using its grid lines. I need the text to align at 1/4" row height and I have not been able to make it happen. The row spacing seems to be determined by the font type and size. Yet, the spacing is not consistent. I'm using the Arial TTF at an 1/8" height. Using this font the schedule's row height is about 31/128" and varies. Is there a way to configure or lock the row spacing so that each row is consistently at a specific dimension?

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Thu, Jan 4, 2007 at 7:22:16 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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Short answer: No

You are correct in spacing being determined by font.  If the data is ALL CAPS you may have more consitant results.

You can export a schedule to a .txt file and format with Excel then paste a .JPG output from Excel back into Revit.

 


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Thu, Jan 4, 2007 at 7:26:12 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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Thanks for responding so fast!

I was afraid you were going to say that. I hope schedule controls become part of the wish list for the next release.


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Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 4:27:32 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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Has there been any update to this issue?  This question was brought up almost 3 years ago - does Revit still not offer any way to control row height in schedules???  I'd like to see an option for a minimum (manually entered) row height, with ability to increase the row height (automatically) when there's enough text in one of the cells to bump the row height beyond the minimum specified.

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Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 7:08:11 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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If you look at your schedules you will see there are no new formatting options.  We all wish Revit had more excel like options.

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Mon, May 2, 2011 at 8:52:40 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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And still, 5 years later, Revit still cannot do this. Absolutely ridiculous.


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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 5:08:59 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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I am having a problem with applying an acsending sort to our schedule of abbreveations.  we have an established schedule, but when I add a new row and fill in the info, the schedule does not update?  Why would revit stop organizing the schedule as it is set up?  Is there a way to apply the changes to the schedule? ( the apply button is grayed in the prop window). any ideas would be great!

 


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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 5:26:11 PM | Help! Need control of schedule row spacing.

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What are you using to "schedule" these?  I don't think you are using a true schedule.... unless, are you using a key schedule to do this?  If so, I think they don't sort.


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