Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Keynote legends, part of Revit Schedules.
- [Narrator] This is a good topic.…Keynotes.…Do we do it by sheet…or do we do it by project?…I honestly don't mind how you do it.…I'm just going to show you how it works…and what the difference is.…Okay.…Let's jump into Revit.…Under project, let's go Open.…I'm going to browse where I'm keeping my Exercise Files.…Now I'm going to grab Architectural Keynotes.…Let's click, Open.…
Let's go to level one East. Floor plan.…Now the first thing I want to do…is check out my keynote settings.…Cause this is important, how they're going to read.…I happen to know…that I'm using a user setup for this.…If we go to the Annotate tab,…notice over here for keynote,…let's click our drop down…and let's go to Keynote Settings.…I like to set my file path up relative.…
Now your file location may be different from mine.…So you can browse.…If you click browse,…you can browse to our linked in keynotes…or you can browse to your own custom keynotes…if you want.…Now numbering method.…I want to go by sheet.…Let's click OK.…Now I'm going to come into this room here…
- 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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