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    Change rows by columns in a planning schedules.

    Hi everyone in Revit Forum !!!!

    Excuse my English, it´s not the best.

    I would like to know how to change rows into columns in planning schedules. Does anyone know how to do it?

    Thanks in advance.
    Sister.

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    Originally posted by sister7 View Post
    Hi everyone in Revit Forum !!!!

    Excuse my English, it´s not the best.

    I would like to know how to change rows into columns in planning schedules. Does anyone know how to do it?

    Thanks in advance.
    Sister.
    can't be done in Revit, nor any other spreadsheet program I don't believe. Why would you want to do that? ps: your English is fine
    I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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      Hi.
      thanks for answering.
      What I need to do is this:

      This is a planning schedule for useful surfaces (rooms) but I need the parameters to be ordered in vertical, not horizontal as Revit always places them in the planning schedules.

      It also occurred to me to create a text that refers to a setting parameter in a schedule as calculated value. Does anyone know if you can program this with dynamo?

      Thanks.
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        #4
        Originally posted by sister7 View Post
        Hi.
        thanks for answering.
        What I need to do is this:

        This is a planning schedule for useful surfaces (rooms) but I need the parameters to be ordered in vertical, not horizontal as Revit always places them in the planning schedules.

        It also occurred to me to create a text that refers to a setting parameter in a schedule as calculated value. Does anyone know if you can program this with dynamo?

        Thanks.
        Do you NEED them rotated or is it a standard or graphic preference?

        As for the data itself, one can Transpose and data formatted in a table. It is a common function in Excel, Sheets, Numbers, Dynamo, Flux - but first look at if or why you need it.


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