Revit Architecture

Reply
Valued Mentor
gh_ar
Posts: 330
Registered: ‎08-05-2012
Message 1 of 7 (282 Views)
Accepted Solution

schedule in to sheet

282 Views, 6 Replies
11-27-2013 12:27 PM

 

Hi


I have a problem put the schedule in to sheet.

 

I have much of choices on schedule And I need.

 

I have used sheets A3.

 

Note: I selected all the options I need on schedule And A3 sheets should also be.

 

The problem now is schedule sheet is much larger than And will not be the print.

 

Is there any way that we can split the same schedule and put in other sheet,  So that Continues to be the each other?

 

schedule in to sheet.png

 

*Expert Elite*
constantin.stroescu
Posts: 957
Registered: ‎10-29-2008
Message 2 of 7 (277 Views)

Re: schedule in to sheet

11-27-2013 12:50 PM in reply to: gh_ar

 Hi,

  1. On sheet click first on the small symbol on right to split the table
  2. then adjust each divided table by draging from the point marked...

 

 

1

1Image 350.png

2

Image 349.png

Constantin Stroescu
BIM Manager AGD
Valued Mentor
gh_ar
Posts: 330
Registered: ‎08-05-2012
Message 3 of 7 (248 Views)

Re: schedule in to sheet

11-27-2013 11:07 PM in reply to: constantin.stroescu

 

Hi

 

No - this method does not work .

 

See the image below Schedule is much larger than A3.

 

The reason why I want divide schedule Each part On a separate sheet Put.

 

 

Distinguished Contributor
awes
Posts: 113
Registered: ‎10-05-2011
Message 4 of 7 (240 Views)

Re: schedule in to sheet

11-28-2013 12:38 AM in reply to: gh_ar

I don't think there will be a that  simple solution. We would need an add-in that splits the schedule into sub schedules. The size of the schedule is based on the chosen sheet size. Then it pushes the sub schedules on the sheets and creates a cover sheet. Voila!

 

My workaround is to export the schedule into Excel, print the schedule as pdf and add a cover sheet as first page.

*Expert Elite*
constantin.stroescu
Posts: 957
Registered: ‎10-29-2008
Message 5 of 7 (234 Views)

Re: schedule in to sheet

11-28-2013 01:24 AM in reply to: gh_ar

It could be done even so..:

Take in consideration that the same Schedules unlike other Views can be inserted into two ore more sheets 


In my case I have inserted the splitted schedule on two sheets and draw appart the splitted parts so to fit on sheet borders.....here i s a little work to do ...

Image 2.png

Image 4.png

 

Image 5.png

 

 

 

I have attached the two printed to pdf files...

Constantin Stroescu
BIM Manager AGD
*Expert Elite*
Rave.Tam
Posts: 204
Registered: ‎05-19-2011
Message 6 of 7 (214 Views)

Re: schedule in to sheet

11-28-2013 04:50 AM in reply to: gh_ar
I have a parameter called "Schedule ID" for the category i want to schedule.

Then i select the first hundred rows in the schedule, then switch to a plan view, and in the properties, change the Schedule ID value to 1. Then select the next 100, and change the ID to 2..

After all the hard work, you should be able to split the schedule using filter

(Actually i have an addin to fill in the schedule id automatically, so this methods works for me)

If my post answers your question, please click the "Accept as Solution" button.

Check out my blog http://lazcad.com
Valued Mentor
gh_ar
Posts: 330
Registered: ‎08-05-2012
Message 7 of 7 (195 Views)

Re: schedule in to sheet

11-28-2013 11:02 AM in reply to: Rave.Tam

 

Hi


I had exactly the same


Thank you very much

You are not logged in.

Log into access your profile, ask and answer questions, share ideas and more. Haven't signed up yet? Register

Announcements
Are you familiar with the Autodesk Expert Elites? The Expert Elite program is made up of customers that help other customers by sharing knowledge and exemplifying an engaging style of collaboration. To learn more, please visit our Expert Elite website.

Need installation help?

Start with some of our most frequented solutions to get help installing your software.

Ask the Community


Revit Exchange Apps

Created by the community for the community, Autodesk Exchange Apps for Revit helps you achieve greater speed, accuracy, and automation from concept to manufacturing.

Connect with Revit

Twitter

Facebook

Blogs

Youtube