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Defining Schedules Revit mep

Mastering the scheduling tools in Revit MEP 2012 will enable you to easily extract any information from your projects. Schedulescan be created and used on any of your Revit projects to establish consistency on construction documents and ease of data management for specified model objects. Although there are different types …

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Schedules Revit mep

Schedules of a parametric model provide the most immediate return of information from the data inherent in the model. With Revit MEP 2012, you can create schedules that are useful not only for construction documentation but also for data management, for object tracking, and even for design decision-making tools. By …

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The Bottom Line Revit mep

Manipulate the properties of parameters. The parameters used to define the properties of elements have properties of their own that define the behavior of the parameters and how they can be used. Master It It is important to know when and where parameters can be used for extracting data from …

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view and Sheet Parameters Revit mep

Views and sheets are system families, so you need to use project parameters to include additional information or functionality in them. This type of information may be necessary for construction documentation or simply for organizing your project for more-efficient workflow. Depending on their use, these parameters may need to be …

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Parameters in Schedules Revit mep

Family parameters and some coded parameters cannot be used in schedules. If you do not want to use shared parameters in your families, you can create project parameters for scheduling information about components. In the Schedule Properties dialog box at the center of the Fields tab is an Add Parameter …

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Project Parameters Revit mep

The only way to add a parameter to a system family is to add it by creating what is known as a project parameter. This allows you to customize the information you want from elements within the model. Space objects can be given a lot of useful data to help …

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Using Parameters in Projects Revit mep

Parameters are typically handled at the component level for building objects, but there are also parameters for noncomponent objects such as views, sheets, and annotations. There may be a need for you to create custom parameters for system families that cannot be edited in the Family Editor. These parameters can …

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Using Shared Parameters Revit mep

Shared parameters are the most versatile parameters you can use, but they also require the most management. Used properly, shared parameters can help ensure that your schedules are coordinated and that your construction documents are reporting the correct information. Shared parameters can be type or instance parameters that are used …

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Lookup Tables Revit mep

One coded parameter that is unique is the Lookup Table Name parameter. This parameter exists in some families and can utilize a lookup table for dimensions. These are primarily duct, conduit, and pipe-fitting families. When you install Revit MEP 2012, an extensive library of lookup tables is installed that can …

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