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*Paul Tiss
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Units of Levels

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12-24-2009 02:15 AM
Could some please advise if it is possible to change the units for the
levels, as used for floor planes, shown in sections and elevations, etc.

Generally, we start a project with a survey and datum levels are 100.000
metres. with this in mind, most sites don't have negative numbers for
levels, which would add confusion to a project.

However, this takes the Revit levels at being 100000 which although correct,
is a bit of a mouth full. Ideally it would read 100.000m

Has anyone come across this problem ?

Also, wish everyone a relaxing family Christmas and best for 2010...
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Alfredo_Medina
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Registered: ‎06-11-2009
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Re: Units of Levels

12-24-2009 08:36 AM in reply to: *Paul Tiss
Merry Christmas to you too.
First, if you want to see the dot (.) as the separator, specify that in Windows > Control panel > Regional options.
Then, in Revit, to display the separator, go into Manage > Project Units > select meters > check Use digit grouping.
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