Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Architectural window schedules, part of Revit Schedules.
- [Instructor] This next one is just as easy.…Actually it may be easier than the door schedule.…Not everybody produces a window schedule…but, I like to.…So to get started I'm going to jump into Revit.…Under Projects I'm going to go to Open.…I'm going to browse to where I'm keeping my exercise files.…But if you want to open a file of your own,…please go right ahead.…I'll grab my Architectural Windows…in Chapter one.…Then I'll click Okay.…In Revit, let's go to the View tab.…
Let's click the Schedule drop down.…We'll go to Schedule Quantities.…Scroll down to Windows.…For the name we'll keep it Windows Schedule.…We'll click Okay.…Now this time I want to add type mark.…I'd like to add width.…Definitely height.…
I like to throw sill height in there.…And last but not least, I like to put the level in there.…Let's click Okay.…There we have it.…Kind of an odd naming.…But that's okay.…So if I want my sevens to be a B…I can just click into my seven…with my caps on…type in a B and hit Enter.…And this will change the applied to all elements type…
- General schedules
- Adding and scheduling project parameters
- Imbedded schedules
- Configuring schedules
- Creating a blank schedule
- Material takeoffs
- Exporting schedules
- Documentation schedules
Skill Level Intermediate
BIM Manager: Managing CAD Standardswith Eric Wing55m 33s Intermediate
1. General Schedules
2. Parameters and Schedules
3. Configuring Schedules
4. Material Takeoffs
5. Documentation Schedules
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