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    by Gareth Spencer

    Sheet Lists are a schedule off the sheets in a project. You may have heard it referred to as a drawing index or a sheet index.

    Have you used them to create your drawing sheets for you using placeholders? If not then you might want to read on.

    Revit makes your job a little easier when you are modelling, it will update all the relevant view for you if you change or move thing. It allows you to create plans, sections, and elevations quickly; you can quickly add each view onto a drawing sheet equally as quick if not faster.

    Wouldn’t it be easier if you could just select one drawing sheet and populate multiply drawings all at once and even have some of the attributions filled out for you.

    For information on how to do this please download a copy of my White Paper



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