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    find sheet for particular view

    just wonder if there's easy way to find on which sheet the view sit, we didn't use not on sheet PB method due to many dependant views, and just too many sheets to search from.

    similar to "Find Referring Views...", seems we don't have "Find Refereing Sheet"?

    #2
    View tab -> Schedules -> View List. Create one of those and also create one in your template file. It's got a field to show which sheet a view is on, in addition to many other view parameters. It's an incredibly useful reference.
    Michael
    Canberra, Australia

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      #3
      right, that's a good workaround, but it'll be much better if i can directly find sheet from that opened view or from PB view list, thanks Michael.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Ning Zhou View Post
        right, that's a good workaround, but it'll be much better if i can directly find sheet from that opened view or from PB view list, thanks Michael.
        OK then, that's even easier. Just select the view in the PB and look under its identity data in the properties palette. Sheet number and name will be listed there as well as referenced views.
        Michael
        Canberra, Australia

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          #5
          Originally posted by Ning Zhou View Post
          right, that's a good workaround, but it'll be much better if i can directly find sheet from that opened view or from PB view list, thanks Michael.
          I'm in RAC 2012 and if I click on any view in the PB under Identity Data there is a Sheet Number parameter that tells me what sheet that view is on. I believe that this is an OOTB parameter associated with views. Do you not get this? 2012-08-23_1707 - DaveofDDPPCADdotCOM's library
          I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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            #6
            right, right, as simple as that!

            what a ****, i only switched to that other software for less than a week (mainly fix old lisp, block, etc. stuff), my Revit's knowledge go straight to toilet? i better stop using that software for sure.

            thanks Michael & Dave.

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              #7
              Or your could use Kiwi Codes Project Browser jump to sheet function

              JumpToSheet - kiwicodes's library
              Phillip Miller
              Kiwi Codes Solutions Ltd
              Makers of "Family Browser" and "Project Browser" for Revit.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Ning Zhou View Post
                right, right, as simple as that!

                what a ****, i only switched to that other software for less than a week (mainly fix old lisp, block, etc. stuff), my Revit's knowledge go straight to toilet? i better stop using that software for sure.

                thanks Michael & Dave.

                haha I get the same effect after only an hour of turning to the dark side...all of a sudden i'm typing DIMALI...:crazy:
                There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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