Learn how to create custom keynotes and/or generic annotation for note blocking in views.
- [Instructor] Noting a document…in any architectural drafting project or interiors project…can be somewhat cumbersome…because you have to make sure that the notes…that you were using on the sheet match the notes…that you were using in your list of notes that you have…normally on the side.…There's a way that you can actually create a note block…inside of Revit that reads from a tag…that you put onto a sheet so that everything…is the same from one page to another…depending on where you're making your changes.…
So one of the first things that we're gonna do…is we're gonna actually create the symbol that we need,…the generic symbol that we need…to do our note blocking with.…So you're simply gonna go to file…and you're gonna go to New…and we're gonna go to Annotation Symbol.…From here we're gonna click on Generic Annotation…which is the template for this.…Now what I want you to do is we're gonna put in the labels…and we're gonna put in the shape…so that we can manipulate how this thing looks.…
But the first thing it wants you to do…
- Moving from design to construction in Revit
- Adding dimensions to floor plans
- Tagging and scheduling components
- Adding dimensions and notes to interior elevations
- Placing and noting mechanical and electrical wiring symbols
- Creating ceiling legends
- Applying design elements to drawings
- Using schedules
- Creating a sortable drawing index
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit and Dynamo for Interior Designwith William Carney4h 57m Intermediate
1. Finalizing a Floor Plan
2. Annotating Interior Elevations
3. Designing Ceilings
4. Applying Design Elements to Drawings
Creating custom millwork8m 9s
6. Bringing It On Home
Next steps1m 2s
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