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    How to add a field to the revision schedule in the title block template?

    I'm trying to add a letter in front of the revision number ?

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    Which version of Revit are you using? With 2016, they introduced "alphanumeric" as one of the options in the revision management dialog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADiva View Post
    Which version of Revit are you using? With 2016, they introduced "alphanumeric" as one of the options in the revision management dialog.

    I know that you can do that in 2016 obviously I'm using 2014 & 2015

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    You can make your own sequence of characters.

    How to add a field to the revision schedule in the title block template?-sequence-options.jpg
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    That doesn't work for multiple sheets with different revisions

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    Sure it does, I do that all the time (see attached images) unless you mean something different.

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    How to add a field to the revision schedule in the title block template?-clipboard-2.jpg

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    I want revisions P1, P2, C1, C2 for example

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    We've hacked it around a bit to do this in 14 and 15 by using the Issued To fields instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon1688 View Post
    I want revisions P1, P2, C1, C2 for example
    aha, don't think that is possible with the standard revision thingy in 2015 unless you use some other parameter as revision, but that would be manual (so a pain in the butt)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFuller View Post
    We've hacked it around a bit to do this in 14 and 15 by using the Issued To fields instead.

    Yes I have done this to but I require one more field in the revisions schedule, how can I add a field to this?

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