April 15, 2018

3 steps to make sure all views are on sheets for printing your Revit® project

Here’s a tip for new Revit users. In the design phase, tons of views have to be created inside a Revit project. So, how can we make sure that all the views are loaded onto sheets and ready for printing? We’ve got a workflow for this. Follow these steps and you can be sure that all views will be loaded onto sheets for printing!

  1. Open Browser Organization (right-click “Views”)

2. Change Browser Organization scheme to “not on sheets”. Apply this change.

3. Final result:

By the way, here you can see the difference between simple and “not on sheet” Browser Organization:

Use this feature and workflow, and you can rest assured that views will be loaded onto sheets for printing!

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