By Justin Doughty
There may be an instance in Revit where you need a blank Schedule. This might not be seen as “best practice” especially if the data is already present or can be added via shared parameters. However there could be various reasons for a blank schedule, maybe just for a visual table, not relating to the project or the modelled elements, or where free text needs to be entered. The guide below shows you how to do this.
Start a new schedule, and pick any category. The more obscure to your industry the better, so that it does not interfere with any work:
Add one parameter, again anything:
Click inside the schedule title and start to insert rows and columns:
Then fill out any text you need:
To remove the field header, edit the schedule properties, go to appearance and untick Show Headers:
Finally drag and drop the schedule onto your sheet: