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Fri, Feb 16, 2007 at 4:19:38 PM | interior elevations

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I'm fairly new to the revit community, and I don't know if that's what driving my lack of ability in finding certain elements that I'm accustom to having within ACAD but I can't seem to find an annotation tag for interior elevations, be it parametric or otherwise.

 Any help you guys could offer will greatly increase my productivity... :o)


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Fri, Feb 16, 2007 at 6:19:29 PM | interior elevations

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Simple - From your VIEW menu, choose elevation - drop a symbol inside your room - as you move it around, it wall point at what it thinks you want to look at.  Once it's there, you can click on the pointer to see the elevation or click on the box so you can see the other three pointers and turn them on if you wish.

 

Enjoy ... it's really easy. 


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Fri, Feb 16, 2007 at 6:26:12 PM | interior elevations

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Thanks for the tidbit... and I found that in another thread once I posted this one... now my question becomes, is there a more stylish interior elevation marker?  the square box just doesn't have th flair that the marks in ACAD have.

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Tue, Apr 10, 2007 at 9:16:05 PM | interior elevations

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If you have a multi story building, how do you keep the elevation tags separate from level to level? I've gone through the properties, etc, and don't see anything in the tags that will do what I would think should be automatic. Right now I have tags showing up on the first level on the 2nd through 4, etc. 

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Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 11:49:58 AM | interior elevations

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I had that problem too, but have found that if with all the view generating tools you can alter the view range and annotation symbols.  Simply go to the view that you have placed and move the extents in or out, up or down to crop your view to just the area that you want to show.  Also, as far as the annotation symbol showing up on the levels that you don't want, simply right click on the symbol and choose to hide the annotation in that view.

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Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 2:43:04 PM | interior elevations

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yeah, in the elevation views, the view constraints are already limited to just the area that needs to be shown. I tried this first as I thought maybe the solution with the tag showing up was that easy. The hide anno in view seems kind of silly to me. If I have a thousand anno tags, with only 20 on one plan, 20 on another, etc, I'm going to have to filter through every plan to turn off all the tags that shouldn't show. I have to be missing something with this.

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