To add a calculated value to a tag label, click on the Edit Label dialog when editing the tag family. To add a calculated parameter as a schedule field: When creating a schedule, click on the Schedule Properties dialog. When editing a schedule, click Modify Schedule/Quantities tab Parameters panel (Calculated).

## How do you calculate area in Revit?

**Calculate Areas in a Project**

- Click Quantification tab Areabook Extension panel (Calculate Areas).
- In the Calculate Areas dialog, specify the calculation Type. …
- Under Selection, click Selection.
- In the Rooms/Room Groups Selection dialog, select the rooms and room groups to be considered in the calculation.

## How does Revit calculate volume?

The volume computation for a space is based on its room-bounding components and is calculated as **the area of its base multiplied by the height of the space**. In Revit, both area and volume are calculated to wall faces (volumes based on planes other than finish faces will be different when the project is upgraded).

## How do you write an IF formula in Revit?

**Syntax for Conditional Statements**

- Simple IF: =IF (Length < 3000mm, 200mm, 300mm)
- IF with a text parameter: =IF (Length > 35′, “String1”, “String2”)
- IF with logical AND: =IF ( AND (x = 1 , y = 2), 8 , 3 )
- IF with logical OR: =IF ( OR ( A = 1 , B = 3 ) , 8 , 3 )

## How do you calculate area coverage?

To work out the area of a square or rectangle, **multiply its height by its width**. If the height and width are in cm, the area is shown in cm². If the height and width are in m, the area is shown in m². A square with sides of 5 m has an area of 25 m², because 5 × 5 = 25.

## How do you find perimeter in Revit?

**Click the Formatting tab, and do the following:**

- Under Fields, select Floor Perimeter.
- For Alignment, select Right.
- Select Calculate totals.
- (Optional) Specify formatting for Level and Mass: Type: under Fields, select a field name. Then for Alignment, select Center.

## How do you calculate the volume of a room?

Calculate the volume by **multiplying the measured length and width of the space together, then multiply the result by the height of the room**. From the example, 10 * 25 feet = 250 square feet, and 5 * 10 feet = 50 square feet.