- Select Create Multiple Sheets
- A list consisting of the existing Sheets in your project is shown. Select one of them as your template.
- In the top of the settings dialog select one of the three main methods.
- Select views – You select existing views in your project. New Sheets are created and the views are placed with the same placement as the views on the template.
- Select Levels – You select levels in a list and the application creates new Floor Plans/RCPs. New Sheets are created and the new views are placed with the same placement as the views on the template.
- Specify number of drawings – Specify the number of ”copies” you want of your template drawing.
- Legend views – If there are legend views on the template sheet the same legends will be placed on the new sheets.
- Match Properties – Applies the view properties such as scale and crop from the view on the template. (Active in Select Views mode)
- Duplicate views – Makes copies of the views on the template and places them on the new sheets. (Active in the Specify number of drawings mode)
- View Center to Center – Places the center of new views based on the center of the view on the template. The center of a view is more exactly the center of the bounding box.
- The bounding box is the black frame that is shown when you are hovering over a placed view. Its propagation is created automatically and includes everything visible in the view.
- Model Origin to Origin – Places Floor Plans/RCP in the same spot in relation to the model. (This selection only applies to plan views. The View Center to Center option will be used instead when other view types are involved.)
A. Select views
B. Select Levels
Specify Number of Drawings
No special settings connected to this method
Enter properties of the new sheets such as Name and Number.
- Select OK och the new sheets are created.
Tips and tricks
- In order to make Model to Model placement work as good as possible. You should make sure that your default Viewport-type is a one without Title. To check how your project is setup simply place a view in a sheet. Select the placed view and enter the edit type dialog. The Show Title property should be set to No.
You cannot change which Viewport that is your default one. You can only change the name and properties of it. If you need to change this, and want the viewports that already are placed on different sheets in your project to keep their titles, you need to make a copy of the original type before you change the properties of it and then replace the type of the existing viewports with the new copied type.
Follow these steps:
- Duplicate the Type. Keep the name that is prompted.
- Change Type in the Edit Type dialog. Make the original type active. Rename and change the Show Title property to No.
- You can now also change the name of the new duplicated Type and close Type Properties.
- Select a viewport on a sheet which has been changed to a “no title” viewport but should still have a title. Right-click and select all instances/in entire project. Change the type of the selected viewports to the new duplicated type.
- The application cannot duplicate elevation views.
- The application cannot create or duplicate views dependent of other views. Create the views first in Revit. If you right-click on a view which have dependent views there is a tool called Apply Dependent views.
- The application do not support schedules.
- The setting Model to Model only applies to plan views. The View Center to Center option will be used instead when other view types are involved.