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    Sheet Specification

    How do you set up your sheet specifications in Revit?

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    Text in Revit blows. I'd avoid this route if at all possible.

    If not you can copy-paste from your spec into a text field in Revit and deal with constant formating issues (formating changes depending on zoom factor).

    It's been a loooong time but I think you can link in text into AutoCAD from outside sources so, if that's correct, you could, I suppose, link the text to AutoCAD and then link the DWG into Revit (link, not import). Change the text, refresh in AutoCAD, and reload in Revit.

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    If I was going to have sheet specifications I might think about saving them as images and bringing them in Revit that way.

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