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    sketching rebar and scheduling

    How do you know what segments of rebar created in sketch mode are scheduled under corresponding letters (A-H) in a schedule? what if there are more segments than scheduable letters? If I try to open rebar I've created in sketch mode it crashes revit and prompts me to save a recovery file. Otherwise I would have used that to look at the parameters.

    thanks

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    good question, never tried this sketch mode out BUT

    I can say that 99.99% of problems in revit - the solution is somewhere in the properties box.

    If it is not there the other 0.01% of cases, its in the "family" itself.

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    Open the family editor to see the letters that correspond the segments.

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