How do you hide building sections in Revit?

How do you filter a section view in Revit?

Apply a Filter

  1. Open the view.
  2. Click View tab Graphics panel (Visibility/Graphics), and click the Filters tab.
  3. Click Add. …
  4. Select a filter, and click OK. …
  5. On the Filters tab, do the following: …
  6. Click Apply (to apply the filter to the view and keep the dialog open) or OK (to apply the filter and close the dialog).

How do you unhide a section in Revit?

Do one of the following:

  1. Click Modify | tab Reveal Hidden Elements panel (Unhide Element) or (Unhide Category).
  2. Right-click the element, and click Unhide in View Elements or Category.

How do you hide a marker in Revit?

Select the section line. In the properties, locate the parameter “hide at scales coarser than”. Adapt the value of this parameter to avoid the section line to be hidden when changing the scaling factor to the correct value.

Where is the filter in Revit?

Apply a Filter

  1. Open the view.
  2. Click View tab Graphics panel (Visibility/Graphics), and click the Filters tab.
  3. Click Add. …
  4. Select a filter, and click OK. …
  5. On the Filters tab, do the following: …
  6. Click Apply (to apply the filter to the view and keep the dialog open) or OK (to apply the filter and close the dialog).

Does Revit LT Have filters?

Worksets tab. Filters tab. On the Revit Links tab, the Display Settings column (In Revit LT, the Visibility, Halftone, and Underlay settings are available for links.)

What is view filter in Revit?

There are two types of View Filters that we can utilize in Revit. … “Rule-based” filters identify elements using parameter values for selected categories. For example, you can create a filter that identifies all walls that have a Fire Rating parameter of 2 hours.

How do you show sections in Revit?

To open the section view, double-click the section header, or select the section view from the Sections grouping of the Project Browser. The section view changes when the design changes or the section line is moved.

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