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    Unchangeable Views in the Sheets!

    Hello,

    I would like to ask you if there is a way to create a sheet in Revit (that contains Floor plans, 3D View, Elevations etc) and when I change something in my model it would not affect my views in the sheet.

    I read about the add-in Freezing Drawing' in this forum, but nobody recommend this and I can understand the reason.

    So is there someone who has think a way to do the above?

    Thank you in advance!

    Regards,
    Maria

    #2
    if you mean just locking the view in place there is the little lock icon at the bottom of the view (for 3d views)
    Otherwise, I can't imagine one sole instance where your model changes but you don't want your détails to update to match the changes to the model...

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      #3
      Thank you for your answer,

      I want when I create a sheet (for example with plan views) and after this I make new changes in one of these views (for example move the door), the sheet to remain the same, without the last changes.
      I want this in order to have something like 'revision' in my Revit model...from the first plans until the last (with the additional modifications).

      Thank you!

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        #4
        Archive your project at it's current state, then do 'save as' and go on with a design using a fresh copy.
        Revit add-ins: Purger (delete UNUSED and selected line patterns & line styles, find & delete CAD), Rooms To Spaces, Schedule Utilities (Calculated Values/Combined Parameters To Tags, reuse view filter rules in schedule filters), View Filter Manager (with bunch of other features) at Revit Exchange Apps, View Filter Manager ML

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          #5
          Originally posted by Artejon View Post
          Archive your project at it's current state, then do 'save as' and go on with a design using a fresh copy.
          To archive projects, I use eTransmit ... it packages everything together in a folder you designate. Then you can just move forward with the project from there ... no need to make a fresh copy.

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            #6
            Originally posted by MARIA1993 View Post
            I want this in order to have something like 'revision' in my Revit model...from the first plans until the last (with the additional modifications).

            Thank you!
            You can also use design options to have both situations in your model yet only show one option in the plan you have on the sheet.
            I used to be high on life, until I realised it was cut with Morons.
            Combating ignorance daily through learning.

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              #7
              Hello Tim,

              Do you mean the phases?

              Regards,
              Maria

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