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    Making a Schedule That Sums Up Families in Rooms

    I'm trying to make a schedule that sums up the TOTAL number of families in rooms, eg., plumbing fixtures in rooms. Currently I only get each instance of family itemized and listed which I don't want:

    eg:

    REQUIRED: ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : QTTY 5

    WHAT I HAVE NOW:
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1

    Help appreciated, thanks in advance. Kamran
    Kamran Mirza
    Chartered Architect RIBA, ARB, PCATP

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    Originally posted by kamranmirza View Post
    I'm trying to make a schedule that sums up the TOTAL number of families in rooms, eg., plumbing fixtures in rooms. Currently I only get each instance of family itemized and listed which I don't want:

    eg:

    REQUIRED: ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : QTTY 5

    WHAT I HAVE NOW:
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1
    ROOM 1 : SINK TYPE 1 : COUNT 1

    Help appreciated, thanks in advance. Kamran
    In the Sorting - tab, there's a checkbox which says "Itemize every instance". Check it off...
    If this leaves the Count-field blank, go to Formatting-tab, select Count-parameter and check "Calculate Totals". This should do the trick
    Martijn de Riet
    Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
    MdR Advies
    Planta1 Revit Online Consulting

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      #3
      Thanks very much. Regards, Kamran
      Kamran Mirza
      Chartered Architect RIBA, ARB, PCATP

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