I am a long time AutoCAD user and just started using Revit Architecture 2012 and have a quick question. When dimensioning a room (width or length) that is say 40'-6 5/8", is it possible to "change" the fractional dimesion to a decimal dimension (ie. 40'-6.625")?
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Yes--you can change Project Units to display in decimals.
Do a search about dimension styles, Project Units, etc. in the Help/Wiki.
And since you just arrived--please try to throw out all of your "AutoCad " ways of thinking, and begin thinking in terms of
BIM---Modeling and Information being the key aspects---instead of "drawing and drafting".
As you delve into Revit further, you will see what I mean.
I found where to chage the dimension settings, however I am still having problems getting the desired results.
Currently I have a room that is dimensioned as 40'-6 5/8" (Feet and Fractional Inch).
I can change this to Decimal Inches and get 486.625, or I cange this to Decimal Feet and get 40.55'.
However I cannot seem to get "Feet and Decimal Inch" to get 40'-6.625"
Is this possible?
I'm not sure that is possible?
May I ask, why would you need to dimension like this?
I work for a manufacturing company which builds "panels" to fill a room. The "panels" that are built are a maximum of 4'-3" wide. Our production facility uses the drawings showing the "panel" sizes and quantities. The machines they use to build the components uses decimal dimensions to get parts cut to length. So for a "panel" that is 3'-9 5/16" they would enter 9.3125 for the inches, which is currently what out AutoCAD drawings show.
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