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escobar719
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View Titles

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04-02-2013 07:49 PM

Does it possible to have two different view Titles in the same sheet?

Please see attachment, if this is possible how can I do it?

I have different room elevations which I need to show the drawing number, the view name and in place of the scale will be the room number; the overall views will have a view title with sheet reference.

 

Thank you,

 

Ana

YES! You can have different view titles on your sheets.

Attached is a PDF of a sheet with 3 different view titles.

 

What you will need to do is first make sure the view title you want to use is loaded into your project.

Then when you select the view go to the properties dialog box and click edit type. Make sure you Duplicate! Once you rename it to what you want - then under Graphics parameters change the Title to the one you want to use.

Click OK and you should be all set. 

 

You can customize the titles as needed. It is considered a system family - so you would need to open the view title family, edit it and then load/reload it into your project.

 

Hope this helps!

LD

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LisaDrago
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Re: View Titles

04-03-2013 05:47 AM in reply to: escobar719

YES! You can have different view titles on your sheets.

Attached is a PDF of a sheet with 3 different view titles.

 

What you will need to do is first make sure the view title you want to use is loaded into your project.

Then when you select the view go to the properties dialog box and click edit type. Make sure you Duplicate! Once you rename it to what you want - then under Graphics parameters change the Title to the one you want to use.

Click OK and you should be all set. 

 

You can customize the titles as needed. It is considered a system family - so you would need to open the view title family, edit it and then load/reload it into your project.

 

Hope this helps!

LD


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