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    R15 - Schedule Formatting

    I am working on a project (Revit 15) that needs both English and Italian descriptions. I am trying to format my schedule to show these dual languages. Please see attached picture for reference. I can create 2 separate schedules (1 in English and 1 in Italian) but I am being requested to provide the information in 1. Any help on how to do this would be helpful. I don't want to manipulate the equipment tags with this information as it will be tedious. I would prefer to manipulate the schedule. Thoughts?
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    Easiest would be a Description_EN and a Description_IT parameter. That would result in 2 seperate columns in your schedule. Biggest benefit would be that you can have 2 tags (types), an EN one and an IT one.

    Getting this particular formatting in a Revit schedule would require some trickery with nested IT dummies, linked identifiers that you would hide in the schedule and invisible grid lines. I would not like to go that way.

    You could experiment with hard returns in a total_description parameter ( "English Text" <CTRL+Enter> "Italian Text" ), but if I'm not mistaken only the first line shows in a schedule.

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