CAD: Interior Design: How to Add Tags to Doors and Windows in Autodesk Revit


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Adding tags to doors and windows

Within Revit, when you put in doors and windows, you can decide initially, whether to add a tag or not. Let's take a look at how tags work with doors and windows. I'm going to go to Floor Plans and First Floor. And zoom in to these two areas up here, and let's go ahead and look at placing a door tag.

I'm going to pick a door and I'm going to make sure the door I pick is a 36 by 84, single flush. And right now, if you look at the ribbon I have, the Tag on Placement turned on. Okay, if I click that off, the options bar down here basically highlights and tells me the tags are not on. So, this is probably the best way to start off with, doors.

I'm just going to put in two here. And, you'll see that those doors do not have tags. Now let's, hit modify. And, go over to, the next two. And we'll hit door again. And in this case, we're going to turn Tag On Placement on. And you'll notice that the tag options show up. I'm just going to bring in a door here, and a door ...

Adding tags to doors and windows
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Adding tags to doors and windows provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Ed Cotey as part of the Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls

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Revit
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