Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Batch Print, part of BIM Tools Weekly.
- [Instructor] This one's easy but I really like it.…I do believe Revit has a far superior…print engine than AutoCAD, minus one thing.…You can't print in any order other than…alphabetically or numerically.…That's a big thumbs down, man.…This week will be a quick dive into an add on…that now comes built in to Revit.…Let's take a look.…So I'm going to open a model that I want to batch print.…The first thing you need to do is get…your print settings setup.…So if you hit Control + P or go to Print,…which by the way is now on the Quick Access Toolbar,…setup to where you want to print to.…
Get all your default settings set,…whatever you want to do, and then you're good.…The print range is nice, but if you select it,…we all know that this is the order…in which they're going to print, and that's it.…So I'm going to hit Cancel here.…I'm going to hit Close here.…Now I want to go to Batch Print.…We'll go to the Add-Ins tab,…and we'll go to Batch Print, and here it is.…So for Sheets, click it on.…We can drill into it.…
We can select whatever sheets we want,…
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