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Fri, Nov 9, 2007 at 3:25:22 PM | Duplication of details on different sheets

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Is it possible to have a 'sim' detail on a different sheet from the orignal reference, while maintaining the automatic update of the references?

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Fri, Nov 9, 2007 at 4:30:19 PM | Duplication of details on different sheets

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When you are making the new callout, check the "reference other view" and then it will let you pick the view that you want it to reference to.  HTH

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Fri, Nov 9, 2007 at 4:30:39 PM | Duplication of details on different sheets

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If you have Revit Arch 08:-

 

Right click on the view in question,

Duplicate View > Duplicate as Dependent


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Fri, Nov 9, 2007 at 5:59:50 PM | Duplication of details on different sheets

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Philty, if you are asking whether it is "possible to have 'sim' detail" MARKER that reference the same detail, then JHanby is correct. If you want to have a detail actually appear on multiple sheets (in the case of Supplementals for instance), then I have not found a way. I generally Duplicate with Detailing and rename it with something on the end ("SUPP" in the case of supplementals).

IDN101, I have never been able to Duplicate as Dependent any Drafting View or Detail View. Is this a setting somewhere...maybe a Revit quirk I'm not aware of? I would love to have this ability.


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