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    Resize Revision Schedule Columns

    anybody know how to resize the width of revision schedule columns
    Mark Balsom

    If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

    #2
    Are you talking about the revision schedule that is on a titleblock? If that is the case, select the titleblock > Edit family > click on the schedule, and resize the width of the columns in the schedule.
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      #3
      Originally posted by Alfredo Medina View Post
      Are you talking about the revision schedule that is on a titleblock? If that is the case, select the titleblock > Edit family > click on the schedule, and resize the width of the columns in the schedule.
      Yep, they work exactly like in a project. The problem with revision schedules is, we cant control the height of the rows, and we cant split horizontally like in a project (they can only populate vertically)
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        #4
        Originally posted by Alfredo Medina View Post
        Are you talking about the revision schedule that is on a titleblock? If that is the case, select the titleblock > Edit family > click on the schedule, and resize the width of the columns in the schedule.
        Alf thats what I thought, but dosn't seem to work. I thought I could just grab the little blue arrows and move the columns but its not happening. I am sure I have done it before.
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          #5
          I have tried to see what might cause this, but I can't reproduce the error or the setting. If I select the titleblock and go to Edit family, the schedule becomes fully available for changes.
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            #6
            Thanks Alf , got it working. i was having trouble with a old one of mine, deleated it created a new one and all is OK.
            Last edited by mark b; February 15, 2011, 04:44 AM.
            Mark Balsom

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              #7
              Originally posted by Ben-May View Post
              ...The problem with revision schedules is, we cant control the height of the rows, and we cant split horizontally like in a project (they can only populate vertically)
              True, but I always set the height to "User Defined" and have the Schedule build "Bottom-up" (Both in the Appearance tab), so that only the 5 most recent revisions will be displayed in the schedule.
              Klaus Munkholm
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                #8
                Originally posted by Munkholm View Post
                True, but I always set the height to "User Defined" and have the Schedule build "Bottom-up" (Both in the Appearance tab), so that only the 5 most recent revisions will be displayed in the schedule.
                Why didn't you tell me about "User Defined" about 7 years ago !! :banghead:

                Today wasn't wasted I have learn't something new. :thumbsup:

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                Mark Balsom

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by mark b View Post
                  Why didn't you tell me about "User Defined" about 7 years ago !! :banghead: ....
                  Ehh... 7 years ago I´d never even heard of Revit... maybe that´s why, LOL :laugh:
                  Klaus Munkholm
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