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Using visibility graphics

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07-26-2012 07:48 AM

I'm turning the grid of the structural links in all of our sheets. There are about 100+ sheets. Is there a way to turn off the grid of all structural links for all sheets as opposed to turning them off in individual sheets?



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Re: Using visibility graphics

07-26-2012 08:25 AM in reply to: seanrafferty808

Are any of the links set to "Custom" (under Visibility/Graphics Overrides » Revit Links) in ANY of the Views? If not, then you can create a View *Template* that only affects the Link's V/G settings.


Otherwise, I don't know of another way beside opening the Linked Project and deleting the Grids from there.


*Edited, corrected "Filter" to "Template"

Thanks, Julian!

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Re: Using visibility graphics

07-26-2012 09:18 AM in reply to: CADastrophe

View Template that turns off the grid annotation category in the linked file. You can apply only the Revit links VG of the view templarte to your 100+ views.


I think that is what CADastrophe was alluding to rather than filters.

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