Working with placeholder sheets


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Working with placeholder sheets

A new feature in Revit 2011 allows us to create sheets from our sheet list called placeholder sheets. Creating such placeholders allow the sheet index to be built ahead of time in anticipation of the sheets that will be required by the set. This can provide a useful planning tool early in the project and make the process of adding sheets quicker when the time comes to do so. I'm in a file called Placeholder Sheets. This is actually the condominium project and unlike the office building project, which was created from the commercial template, this one was created from the default template.

And the default template contains no pre-built sheets. So if you look here on the Project Browser you can see that the Sheets node is empty. So I have a sheet list. With the Modify Sheet List tab active on the Ribbon, there is a New Rows button over here. And if we click that it will actually create a new unnamed sheet and it will suggest the name A101. I'm going to accept that name, and I'm go...

Working with placeholder sheets
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Working with placeholder sheets provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2011 Essential Training

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