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Jenb
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Problem room areas

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12-05-2004 10:53 PM
When I start a project, I set up my Room tags to show the areas. As soon as I start adding detail to the drawing eg. water features, openings, niches ex. some rooms show up as "not enclosed". Is there a quick way that Revit can show you where the Room separations are calculated?
*Scott Davis
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Re: Problem room areas

12-05-2004 11:03 PM in reply to: Jenb
Highlight the room tag, and the boundary will display....but if it's coming up 'not enclosed' you wont see anything. You can use room separation lines to define those areas such as openings where rooms should be enclosed. "Jenb" wrote in message news:23080997.1102316042941.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > When I start a project, I set up my Room tags to show the areas. As soon as I start adding detail to the drawing eg. water features, openings, niches ex. some rooms show up as "not enclosed". Is there a quick way that Revit can show you where the Room separations are calculated?
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