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Title Block Revision Table

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09-25-2013 02:49 AM

I am trying to edit the revision table I copied from Autodesk title block but not sure how. Can I also add another column and link my own parameter to this table? (Please see attached)

 

Thanks in advance.

Those are included in a Revision Schedule by default, but you can add/remove Fields just like a normal Schedule by clicking on the Revision Schedule in the Project Browser and then clicking "Fields..." under Properties. All of these Fields will report information from the 'Sheet Issues/Revisions' data once the Title Block is in the Project.

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Re: Title Block Revision Table

09-25-2013 05:15 AM in reply to: %4seasons%

Every Title Block Family includes a Revision Schedule that can be located in the Project Browser under Views » Schedules » Revision Schedule. It can be re-added to a Title Block by clicking and dragging it from there into the Family. Unfortunately, they are pretty rigid - you cannot add your own Parameters to this Schedule.

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Re: Title Block Revision Table

09-25-2013 05:26 AM in reply to: CADastrophe
Are the revision number, description and date automatically added or
manually?
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Re: Title Block Revision Table

09-25-2013 05:43 AM in reply to: %4seasons%

Those are included in a Revision Schedule by default, but you can add/remove Fields just like a normal Schedule by clicking on the Revision Schedule in the Project Browser and then clicking "Fields..." under Properties. All of these Fields will report information from the 'Sheet Issues/Revisions' data once the Title Block is in the Project.

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