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    by John Flanagan

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    In Revit 2020.1, Autodesk introduced the stripped rows feature, making it easier to visualise schedules. However, that feature didn’t work when the schedules were placed on sheets.

    In Revit 2021, the Row Stripping feature has been expanded to be included on Sheets. When working with schedules on a sheet view, you can set the rows to display in contrasting colours to make it easier to follow rows across the schedule. This feature can now be found in the Appearance menu of the schedule. In the example below, select a colour and the placement of the first coloured row. Then, activate the Stripe Rows feature on sheets.

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