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Customizing area types

Customizing area types: Revit Areas
Customizing area types: Revit Areas

When the built-in rules do not fulfill your needs, you can ignore them; however, doing so means also ignoring the built-in area type property. This property is very useful in grouping schedules, controlling adjacencies and color coding plans. The solution to this is to create a custom property to meet these needs instead. This is easy to do and allows you complete control over your area schemes in cases where the rules don't apply.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 49m
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Architecture CAD Revit

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