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    Hi all,

    Is there a way to modify schedules so they are eaiser to fit on a sheet? For example I have created the "schedule" in image1 by just typing it all out as a Legend, that way it can spread along the page, but eveytime I have to remove or add a room I have to move all the text around to fit, which is time consuming and I'm sure causing inaccuracies, I would have done this in a Schedule (as in image2) but it seems to only list things running down which will never fit on my sheet as the list is too long, is there a way to make the schedule a little more page friendly with a layout similar to my current text based one?

    Thanks
    Lox
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    #2
    When you select the schedule on your sheet there will be a small icon half-way down. Click that and it will split the schedule into columns which you can resize as needed.
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      #3
      Brilliant, thanks so much cellophane, I knew there would be a simpe solution. One more question though, is there a way to shade every second row a light grey??

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        #4
        In Revit 2014, you can edit shading for cells in schedules.
        Cliff B. Collins
        Registered Architect
        The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
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          #5
          You can shade the headers & title but it doesn't look like the data cells can be shaded :crazy:
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          chad
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            #6
            cello is correct; only titles and headers can be shaded. (bummer ). Also entire columns can be shaded, but not individual rows or cells in the data sections.

            A workaround could be to use conditional format, and assign a grey color, but this would get too complex for such a simple graphic task.
            Last edited by cliff collins; March 12, 2014, 10:19 PM.
            Cliff B. Collins
            Registered Architect
            The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
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              #7
              Thanks guys, looks like I'll just have to wait until I start using 2014

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                #8
                Shouldn't be too much longer until 2015 is out :bb:
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