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Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 7:42:10 PM | Title in sheet

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I am working in a residential project and I am trying to draw an electrical plan, so I have the base floor plan in Revit, but I did the electrical design in Cad and i inserted it as a drafting view. like a "layer", but the problem is that this layer whe is inserted in the sheet shows the drafting view title, so I now I have 2 titles in my electrical plan, one for the base plan and other for the drafting view, Can I delete the drafting view title leaving only the base plan title?

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Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 7:51:48 PM | Title in sheet

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If you click Settings > Object Styles and click on the "Imported Objects" tab, you should see the file that you imported in the list.  If you expand the tree under that file, you should be able to toggle the visibility of the layer your electrical title block is on.  I hope this works.

 ps. Why not do the elec plan in Revit?

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Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 7:59:38 PM | Title in sheet

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I do  not have any title in the cad file itself, I am only importing the simbols, so the title that I am getting is from revit.

I was trying to make the electrical plan in revit but I figure that is faster for me doing it in cad since I have all the symbols in lybrary.


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Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 9:12:06 PM | Title in sheet

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You should be able to create a view type with no title.

This is achieved by selecting the view and clicking on Properties-->Edit/New-->Duplicate. After you give it a name you can go to "Show title" and set it to No. You can then select the view on the sheet and change it to that type.


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