Learn about updating the sheet set subset properties to see the edit update in the sheet layouts. Also learn to update the custom properties in the design file to see the updates propagated to the sheet layout.
- [Instructor] Our cross section sheets are created.…Let's check them out.…To look at my cross section sheets,…I can access them from my sheet set manager…by double clicking on one of the sheets.…Also, you'll notice that each of the sheets…is a layout in the design drawing.…Unfortunately, unlike the plan and profile creation,…you can only create the sheets in the design file.…You are not allowed the option to create a separate file…for your cross section sheets.…
Let's peruse this particular sheet.…First, I want to point out that the sheet subset name…shows up in our title block,…as discussed in previous videos.…The sheet subset name is the name of the view group.…Unfortunately, you cannot change the name of the view group…in the design file.…However, you can change the name of the subset…the sheet set manager.…And I'm going to go ahead and update that.…
Right click on the name of the subset.…Go rename subset.…And I'm going to name it cross section sheets.…Now remember, it doesn't immediately update in the field.…
- Setting up a template and sheet set files
- Creating a template file
- Adding a title block
- Creating plan production specific viewports
- Creating and editing view frames
- Working with plan and profile sheets
- Exploring the sheets
- Updating the sheet set properties and drawing fields
- Creating and editing cross sections
- Creating multiple section views
- Editing cross-section sheets
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Setting Up the Template and Sheet Set Files
2. Creating and Editing View Frames
3. Working with Plan and Profile Sheets
Exploring the sheets2m 48s
4. Creating and Editing Cross Sections
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