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Thu, Apr 5, 2007 at 3:50:09 PM | Room tags at multiple scales

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Is there a way to use the same room tags in 1/8" and 1/4" scale plans? we want to be able to see the tags at both scales and wouldn't it be great not to have to copy the tags to a different scale and copy the same info 2x. thanks for your help.

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Thu, Apr 5, 2007 at 9:47:37 PM | Room tags at multiple scales

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I'mnot sure if your question is clear.

 

The advantage of REVIT is .... YES, you can use the same room tags at different scales.  Once you have createdthe room & filled in the appropriate information, you can open up another drawing of the same area, but at a different scale, and put a tag there.  It will automatically have all of the correct information and both tags will print the same size relative to the paper.

 

If you were asking if you could you have two different "paper" sized tags, the answer is ...YES.  Just have two different families that have the same pointers.  Again, the information will be there automatically.


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Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 4:07:05 PM | Room tags at multiple scales

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But you do have to tag the drawing in each view at different scales? Why cant it just rescale the original tag, as likely just because the scale is different doesnt mean you want to change the room name ... Do grid bubbles work the same way? I've found for some reason my grids stay the same size in all drawings ... not sure what im doing wrong.

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Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 4:23:18 PM | Room tags at multiple scales

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You can duplicate a drawing with detailing that has all the room tags. I just always hit "TAG ALL" and select rooms. Then revit will tag all the rooms in that drawing.

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Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 4:34:57 PM | Room tags at multiple scales

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If you have a room tagged, and you change the scale. Revit WILL automatically update the size of the room tag. You will not have to re-tag it every time you change the scale. Sorry I misunderstod your question. The same is true for grid bubbles. It will automatically change the size of them.

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