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    Revit 2014: Schedule 'Title on Sheet'

    Before walk straight into a Revit 'gotcha!' I wanted to put this out to RFO.

    I can insert a Header row into a Schedule and merge the columns before giving it a sensible Title. Then I can change the 'real' Title font to white and shrink the row height and small as it goes. I effectively have a title on sheet so I can name my schedules to group well in the PB. Does that sound like it could work? What's the catch?!
    `Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for'
    Socrates

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    Originally posted by Barrie View Post
    Before walk straight into a Revit 'gotcha!' I wanted to put this out to RFO.

    I can insert a Header row into a Schedule and merge the columns before giving it a sensible Title. Then I can change the 'real' Title font to white and shrink the row height and small as it goes. I effectively have a title on sheet so I can name my schedules to group well in the PB. Does that sound like it could work? What's the catch?!
    Instead of messing with the title font you can just turn it off in the schedule settings You can also create & apply a view template to them.
    Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


    chad
    BEER: Better, Efficient, Elegant, Repeatable.

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      #3
      I am not following what you are trying to achieve. Are you wanting to keep the view name intact but have your view list show title on sheet?
      -Alex Cunningham

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        #4
        It sounds like THIS POST will help, it describes the new Clear Cell tool that lets you remove the value in a schedule header cell. This means you can name the schedule view one thing and the schedule header (title) another.

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          #5
          That's on the money Steve. Just didn't consider clear cell would work in the header, I thought that would be too good to be true!
          `Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for'
          Socrates

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