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Tagging Beame steel

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12-21-2012 07:12 PM

Hi. I verry like revit.

You can tutorial creative Tagging same picture?

THanks.

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Re: Tagging Beame steel

12-27-2012 02:51 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Please help? Thaks

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Re: Tagging Beame steel

01-05-2013 04:34 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Plaese. 

I is verry need.

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Re: Tagging Beame steel

01-08-2013 06:54 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Hi. Plase help me ??????

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Re: Tagging Beame steel

01-09-2013 06:01 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Perhaps you could elaborate and explain a little bit more about what you want, and maybe that will catch someone's interest a little better?

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Re: Tagging Beam steel

01-09-2013 12:19 PM in reply to: A.wikipedia

It looks like you are trying to tag rebar with various pieces of data.  

The rebar family would have to have all of the data attached as properties, and you will need to edit/create a tag family.  (Select a rebar tag in the Project Browser, right click to duplicate it, then right click to edit the family.)

You could use a multi-parameter tag to compile the first part of the tag- a diameter symbol (which may be part of the type name), the bar diameter (a type property, or it could be part of the type name), and then, I’m not sure what the “200” represents- length, or a shape name?

You can draw the lines and the circle in the tag family, and set the leader to use an arrowhead. Again, I’m not sure what the data in the circle is supposed to represent, but if the data part of the rebar family, you can create a second label to report it, or you may have to get into Shared Parameters if it’s some kind of custom data..

 

Joe

 

 

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Re: Tagging Beam steel

01-09-2013 07:28 PM in reply to: Joe.Charpentier

Thank two you.

But you can create given me tag steel file revit of me. Thanks.

File revit 

http://www.mediafire.com/?x72a16904cpwg80.

 

 

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Re: Tagging Beam steel

01-11-2013 05:30 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

I'm sorry, I still don't understand exactly what you need.

I reccomend learning more about the family editor so you can customize Revit elements to your own specifications.

 

Joe

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