- [Instructor] Here's a funny one.…Suppose you want to schedule just everything…in our model.…We can do that by using a multi-category schedule.…It can be kind of useful.…So to do it, let's jump into Revit.…Under projects, I'll go to open.…I'm going to find architectural multi-category,…or of course, open any model you may have.…Click open.…We'll go to the view tab.…
We'll hit our schedules dropdown.…Schedule quantities.…And the default, the first one it's going to select…is multi-category.…Let's click okay.…There's a bunch of stuff.…I like category.…Definitily family and type.…I'm going to select that…and I'm going to move it up as a matter of fact.…Maybe I'll add the mark.…I'm going to move that down.…
And maybe I'll add the level.…Now I'm going to click okay.…Boom. There's a lot of stuff.…I'm going to move some stuff around.…I kind of like sorting on what this is.…The family and type.…We'll go to sorting and grouping.…We're going to sort by family and type.…This time I'm going to add a footer.…
Now I add a blank line.…
- General schedules
- Adding and scheduling project parameters
- Imbedded schedules
- Configuring schedules
- Creating a blank schedule
- Material takeoffs
- Exporting schedules
- Documentation schedules
Skill Level Intermediate
BIM Manager: Managing CAD Standardswith Eric Wing55m 33s Intermediate
1. General Schedules
2. Parameters and Schedules
3. Configuring Schedules
4. Material Takeoffs
5. Documentation Schedules
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