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sashk
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How to list everything that is constrained to each level?

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03-27-2012 05:13 PM

Hello Friends,

 

Is there a way to list what items are constrained to levels? i need to remove a couple of annoying levels but have a feeling that walls, roofs, families, etc may be constrained to the levels that I need to delete.

 

I tried doing a multi-category schedule but I think I need to do one for doors, windows, etc. I thought I read somewhere that this feature was available in Revit 2012. Anything would help. Thanks!

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GlynnisP
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Re: How to list everything that is constrained to each level?

03-28-2012 06:25 PM in reply to: sashk

Dealing with this problem is Tip#4 in our Revit Project Auditing Tips.  It's scary to realize that deleting levels will cause hosted objects to also be deleted without any warning!

 

You can use a free Trial version of Ideate Explorer (www.ideateexplorer.com) to accomplish this goal.  This video shows the process (Tip #4 is around the 5:00 minute mark).

 

http://youtu.be/278JuMriJMg

 

Regards,

Glynnis Patterson, Architect

www.ideatebimlink.comwww.ideateexplorer.com

 

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