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Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 7:46:25 AM | Deleted dimensions, door tags and window tags

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Hi I am currently using Revit 9.1

I have moved a block of my building.

I done this by orientating a 3D view to top view to enable selection of all elements.

When I moved the block I got an error warning saying that the dimensions, door tags and window tags will be deleted.

The block is 5 storeys high and all the internal walls had been dimensioned, sos there is alot of abortive work to add the dimensions etc. to be added back.

Any ideas why this information was deleted.

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Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 12:23:07 PM | Deleted dimensions, door tags and window tags

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Are you sure you got everything? 

...... The answer should be NO because you used a 3d view.  No 2d elements here!

 

Use a 2d plan (or elevation) with view range set to include everything and make sure evrything is on in VG (All tabs).  


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Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 3:47:17 PM | Deleted dimensions, door tags and window tags

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Thanks

When you say view range set to include everything is it best to do this in a roof plan and set the view depth level to the and bottom primary range to the lowest level of the model?


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Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 3:57:29 PM | Deleted dimensions, door tags and window tags

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I usually go overboard in both directions and make sure that my view plane is well above everthing.

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