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Levels in Revit

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11-16-2013 06:29 AM

Hello 
i have a question about adding levels in Revit MEP 
i open Mechanical template and when i add levels it only shows in Mechanical Discipline and i can only create floor plan view in Mechanical Discipline
when i open Plumbing elevations it shows the levels but i can't create a floor plane view for the new levels in Plumbing Discipline 
i only can do it if i uncheck the ( do not duplicate exiting views ) box
how i can make floor plan view for the new levels in Plumbing Discipline without duplicating the view ???
or i should dublicting the view and change the discpline from properties ???

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Re: Levels in Revit

11-16-2013 07:43 AM in reply to: Ihab-b
That is what I would do. Duplicate your new view and change its properties (and assign new viewtemplate if needed).
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Re: Levels in Revit

11-16-2013 11:33 AM in reply to: EnlInt

is there anything i can do to make Revit create floor plan view for both Mechanical and plumbing discipline ???

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Re: Levels in Revit

11-16-2013 11:58 AM in reply to: Ihab-b
Do not think so. You would have to resort to programming, using the Revit API. However your best option would be to use project templates. Take one time to prepare a good template with (if needed) many levels and many views and you can reuse it in future projects.
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Re: Levels in Revit

11-17-2013 01:54 AM in reply to: EnlInt
making a template is the best option
thank you
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