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    How to get rid of a title block

    Hi all,

    Can anyone tell me how to get rid of the title block #5 as the small floor plan is just a guide?

    Or at least how to get the scale to say N.T.S

    Pic attached
    Thanks
    Lox
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    #2
    Originally posted by Lox View Post
    Hi all,

    Can anyone tell me how to get rid of the title block #5 as the small floor plan is just a guide?

    Or at least how to get the scale to say N.T.S

    Pic attached
    Thanks
    Lox
    drag it off of the sheet where it won't print? You can't do a Hide in View with View Titles that I know of
    I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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      #3
      I believe that is called a "View Title". You can setup multiple View Titles, one of which could be a "No Title Display". Then you simply select your view, and toggle the View Title setting to the No Title Display Type and done.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Dave Jones View Post
        drag it off of the sheet where it won't print?
        Dragging it off the "sheet" will not work in Revit like it would in AutoCAD, you would need to create a new View Title as SuperDave suggested.
        Joshua Kohl

        Eastern Exterior Wall Systems, Inc
        www.eews.com

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          #5
          Originally posted by Joshua Kohl View Post
          Dragging it off the "sheet" will not work in Revit like it would in AutoCAD, you would need to create a new View Title as SuperDave suggested.
          Actually, it does when you use 'offset from corner' and don't 'zoom to fit', AND you match your paper size to your title block in the print setup. But a view title type with no view label selected (or a view label family with the label visibility turned off) works best.
          There must be a better way...

          Ekko Nap
          Professional nitpicker, architect, revit consultant, etc.

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            #6
            Interesting...I might have to play around with those settings a little.
            Joshua Kohl

            Eastern Exterior Wall Systems, Inc
            www.eews.com

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              #7
              Originally posted by Dave Jones View Post
              You can't do a Hide in View with View Titles that I know of
              Actually, if you hide the view, it will hide the view title... but then, you won't be able to select the view anymore or even activate it. If it happens, you have to click on the light bulb and unhide the view.
              Alexandre Cantin
              "BIM is happening now! Be part of it."

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                #8
                Originally posted by Joshua Kohl View Post
                Dragging it off the "sheet" will not work in Revit like it would in AutoCAD, you would need to create a new View Title as SuperDave suggested.
                ?? Why won't it work? I do this all the time for view titles for things like schedules that I don't want shown on the sheet that contains the schedule. You can do this for any view on any sheet. Just drag it off to the side and dump it somewhere. If your sheet printing is setup properly, it won't print as it won't be in the printing extents.

                edit: just saw Ekkonap's reply and I agree that my way is not optimal but it works and it's quick
                I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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                  #9
                  But why drag stuff off to the side and dump it somewhere when you can create a new view type that doesn't have a title? It's way more BIM than just dragging it off to the side. C'mon Dave. Geeze.
                  Dan

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                    #10
                    Agreed.
                    Better to fix the problem than to just avoid the problems it causes.
                    Dave Plumb
                    BWBR Architects; St Paul, MN

                    CADsplaining: When a BIM rookie tells you how you should have done something.

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