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Sun, Aug 5, 2007 at 5:29:21 PM | dOORS AND DOOR SCHEDULES

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Does anyone know how not to schedule doors? For example I have a big gym complex that I have built in revit- I am only adding on to a small area of this complex and only want to schedule the new doors germane to my project- however all the doors in the project are showing up in shedule- I thought I had it figured out as I was able to split the schedule at the point where it goes to existing doors and I moved that off the sheet but when I go to print it of course prints the sheet and the schedule scaling the whole thing to fit on the standard sheet size aaarrggh.

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Mon, Aug 6, 2007 at 1:35:23 PM | dOORS AND DOOR SCHEDULES

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I would suggest using a filter on the schedules. I had to do this once when I didn't want to schedule a specific set of doors. What I did was to enter "Do Not Schedule" In the Comments parameter of each of the doors I didn't want to schedule. I then created a filter in my door schedule that filtered out all doors with that as the value of the comments. Worked great.


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Mon, Aug 6, 2007 at 4:21:54 PM | dOORS AND DOOR SCHEDULES

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What JAMESHGRIMES has suggested will work but I think everything in your project will work better if you assign your elements to different phases and filter / VG all views accordingly.  By doing this, you can create existing plans / demolition plans and on new plans, show existing differently than new work.

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Mon, Aug 6, 2007 at 4:28:15 PM | dOORS AND DOOR SCHEDULES

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I agree with WWHUB. I just haven't worked with phases very much so I wasn't sure if that was the fastes method or not.

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