How do I create a custom schedule in Revit?
Create a Key Schedule
- Click View tab Create panel Schedules drop-down Schedule/Quantities.
- In the New Schedule dialog, select the element category for which you want to schedule keys.
- Select Schedule keys. …
- Click OK.
- In the Schedule Properties dialog, add the predefined fields for the style. …
- Click OK.
Can Revit be used for scheduling?
You can create a schedule at any point in the design process. As you make changes to the model that affect the schedule, it automatically updates to reflect those changes. You can add a schedule to a drawing sheet. You can export a schedule to another software program, such as a spreadsheet program.
What is Schedule keys in Revit?
You define keys using key schedules. Key schedules look very similar to component schedules, except that you define them to your specifications. When you create a key, it is listed as an instance property for the element. When you apply a value for the key, then the key’s attributes are applied to the element.
How do you link Excel to Revit?
Linking Excel into Revit
- Open your Revit project.
- Select Link CAD icon. You can find the Link CAD icon on the ribbon under Insert in the Link section. …
- Modify Link settings. …
- Click anywhere on the drawing area to place the schedule.
- Save your file.
How do you add a title to a schedule in Revit?
Click Modify Schedule/Quantities tab Headers panel Group, or right-click the selected headings, and click Group Headers. A new heading row displays above the grouped column headings. Enter text in the new row as necessary. Text in the new heading row is centered.
How do you create a calculated value in Revit?
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 count in Revit?
Select the Cost field, and under Field formatting, select Calculate totals. To calculate the total cost for all elements in the model, check the Sorting/Grouping tab and select Grand totals. Grand totals for columns in the schedule will be calculated. Use the drop-down to control which grand totals are displayed.