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    Our design team likes to do sheet specific revisions so they can keep track what revision each sheet is on, however our construction services team (rebar detailing and such) likes to have them project specific. The design team uses numerical and the detailing team uses alphabetical.

    Other than breaking out into our own model or using unintelligent text to do our revisions is there a way to have the design teams numerical revisions be sheet specific and the detailing teams alphabetical revisisons be project specific? Any thoughts on how to do this? Any work arounds?

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    Originally posted by gdoherty0102 View Post
    Other than breaking out into our own model or using unintelligent text to do our revisions is there a way to have the design teams numerical revisions be sheet specific and the detailing teams alphabetical revisisons be project specific? Any thoughts on how to do this? Any work arounds?
    Sheet vs project is global. Your going to have to split the model up or saveas otherwise. Numeric and alphabetic can be alternated. The design or construction side is going to have to choose the same either project or global. No workaround within the same model.
    "Keeping my view range hopeful"

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      #3
      Only hack I know of is linking the file into an empty project and issue sheets with the second revision standard from there. But otherwise JRobker is right, and you should have it sorted out between the two sides.

      Now that I think of it:
      If actually is possible to do a "by sheet revision". You'll just have to apply it to ALL sheets to do a "by project". Lot of extra work...
      Martijn de Riet
      Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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        #4
        The way we have came up with and are going to start implementing is to use the Issued To and Issued By. We are actually going to be changing the way we do it completely and instead of saying something is Revision A or 1 it will be ASI 3 where ASI is in Issued to and 3 is in Issued By, this will also be the same way for doing RFIs and others... seems like a great and much more informative way of doing the revisions.

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