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jbonet
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Missing Interior Elevation Tag

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05-11-2009 02:03 PM
I am working in a Revit file that was begun in a different office. I need to add interior elevations but do not have the interior elevation option in the drop-down list (all that I have is building elevation). I assume the interior elevation tag was purged from the file before I got it. I am unable to determine how to load it back in. Can someone please point me in the right direction here? Thanks for your help.

Jodi
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Re: Missing Interior Elevation Tag

05-11-2009 02:45 PM in reply to: jbonet

Try opening another project as well as the one that is
missing the interior elevation tag,  then try using the Transfer Project
Standards... feature. Hopefully  that will get it back. The Copy to
clipboard /Paste may work as well, not sure though.


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I
am working in a Revit file that was begun in a different office. I need to add
interior elevations but do not have the interior elevation option in the
drop-down list (all that I have is building elevation). I assume the interior
elevation tag was purged from the file before I got it. I am unable to
determine how to load it back in. Can someone please point me in the right
direction here? Thanks for your help. Jodi
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Message 3 of 3 (394 Views)

Re: Missing Interior Elevation Tag

08-30-2012 10:38 AM in reply to: jbonet

Select an exterior elevation tag in any view. Duplicate and rename it to Interior Elevation, that is all.

 

For me nothing else worked. No copying and pasting, no transfer project standards, no nothing...

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