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    I my name is Cristian Tolava and i have a huge problem. How can i redound the parameters that i calculate while doing my schedules, i know that in the window of format you can put limits of how many decimals you want to see, however the fact of putting 2 decimals for example does not redound de number. To be more clear when you are using excel you can use de comand redound and for next operations excel just use two decimals insted of all decimals, is it posible to do that in revit.

    I will be very thankful for your help

    #2
    I think your Autocorrect went crazy there. Took me a minute to realize you were talking about "round"
    There have been several discussion threads about this topic.
    Here's one
    Bottom line: Revit retains the full (accurate) number behind the scenes, and the number of decimal places displayed is just that. Displayed. All calculations such as totals are done using the accurate number, not the rounded number.
    Dave Plumb
    BWBR Architects; St Paul, MN

    CADsplaining: When a BIM rookie tells you how you should have done something.

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      #3
      Oh look, another new ESL user with 1 post in his history treating this forum like it's Google.

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        #4
        If I had a choice of here or Google I'd come here too. We're much more personable LOL!


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          #5
          Yeah, but it would be nice if sometimes they came back and made a #2 post to the effect of "That worked, thanks!"

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            #6
            Originally posted by Necro99 View Post
            Yeah, but it would be nice if sometimes they came back and made a #2 post to the effect of "That worked, thanks!"
            LOL! Agreed...I said WE were personable, the OP, not so much. I notice that there are a lot of people that post questions here that also post the exact same question on the Adesk and AUGI forums. So if they happen to get an answer on one of those second rate forums they don't return here for an answer. In the long run, their loss.
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              #7
              Even worse are the people who ask a question, and then come back later to say:
              "Never mind. I figured it out!"
              And never explain how.
              So; you're going to ask for help, but you're not willing to share.
              Dave Plumb
              BWBR Architects; St Paul, MN

              CADsplaining: When a BIM rookie tells you how you should have done something.

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