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ADA 2011 Pre-Architecture Revit

ADA 2011 Pre-Architecture Revit

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1. In the Recent Files window, click New to create
a new project using the default template.

2. On the View tab, click Sheet Composition panel
> Sheet to add a sheet to the project.

A dialog box displays the current list of title
blocks. Notice that the title block you created in
the previous exercise is not in this list.
Click Load to add additional title blocks to the
list.

Browse to the Imperial Library/Titleblocks
folder or other location where you stored the
title block family you created in the previous
exercise.
3. Locate your title block. Click Open.

4. Your title block is now displayed in the list.

Highlight the title block and click OK.
5. The title block appears in the graphics window.
A new sheet has been added and is the current
view.

126 s Autodesk Design Academy Unit 3 - Standards and Building Codes

Modify the Title Block Within a Project

1.

Select the title block.
2. On the Properties palette, edit the following
fields:

s

For Sheet Name, enter
Student Project Unit 3.

s

For Drawn By, enter your name.

s

For Checked By, enter your instructor's
name.

3. Click OK. The parameters on the title block will
update as shown.

4. On the Manage tab, Settings panel, click Project
Information.

5. Change the Project Issue Date to today's date.
Click OK.
The Issue Date label on the title block is
updated.

Click OK.

6.

Click Zoom to Fit. Save as
Unit3_file_with_sheet.rvt in a location
determined by your instructor.
In this exercise, you a created a new project file, and
then loaded a title block and modified the values in
the title block fields.

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