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Project Browser » Annotation Symbols

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10-03-2012 07:09 AM

We end up with many Annotation Families loaded into a Project and it is quite the hassle to hunt through tons of listed Families to find what we want. I would like to see the Annotation Symbols (listed under Families in the Project Browser) organized a bit, rather than an overall alphabetical list of all loaded Annotation Families. Ideally, I would like to see them grouped under such headers as listed below in order to add some level of organization.

 

Heads/Marks - All loaded Families such as Grid Heads, Level Heads, Elevation Marks, and Section Marks.

Generic Annotations - Self explanatory. All loaded Families of the Generic Annotation Category.

Spot Tags - Includes the Spot Elevation and Spot Coordinate Tags.

Tags (Architectural/Structural) - All Tag Families for elements of the Architectural and Structural Categories.

Tags (MEP) - All Tag Families for elements of the MEP Categories.

Tags (Other) - All non-discipline Tags Families, such as Detail Item Tags, Keynote Tags, and Revision Cloud Tags.

View/Sheet Elements - Families such as Title Blocks, View Titles, and View References.

 

If anyone has anything to add or any comments, please share. Thanks!

Corey D.                                                                                                                  ADSK_Logo_EE_2013.png    AutoCAD 2014 User  Revit 2014 User
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