Which of the following categories can you make a schedule with in Revit?
You can create several types of schedules:
- Schedules (or Quantities)
- Key Schedules.
- Material Takeoffs.
- Annotation Schedules (or Note Blocks)
- Revision Schedules.
- View Lists.
- Drawing Lists.
- Panel Schedules.
Can you combine schedules in Revit?
You can combine two or more parameters to display in a single cell of a schedule. The values for the combined parameters are separated by a slash or other character you specify.
What are key schedules in Revit?
Define and use keys to automate the addition of consistent schedule information. Schedules can comprise multiple items that have the same characteristics. For example, a room schedule might have 100 rooms with the same floor, ceiling, and base finishes.
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.
How do I manage a schedule in Revit?
select a cell or column in the schedule body. Click (Insert) on the Columns panel to open the Select Fields dialog, which functions like the Fields tab of the Schedule Properties dialog. Add new schedule fields and adjust the field order as needed.
How do I merge two columns in Revit schedule?
select cells in one or more rows and click (Delete Row). select header cells to be merged and click (Merge). Select merged cells and click (Merge) again to separate merged cells.
How do I merge columns in Revit schedule?
Group Column Headings in a Schedule
- Open a schedule view.
- In the group header rows, drag the cursor across the headings to group. …
- Click Modify Schedule/Quantities tab Headers panel Group, or right-click the selected headings, and click Group Headers. …
- Enter text in the new row as necessary.
What is an embedded schedule in Revit?
Use embedded schedules to display information about the components in rooms, spaces, duct systems, piping systems, or electrical circuits categories.
What is a key schedule in cryptography?
A key schedule is an algorithm that expands a relatively short master key (typi- cally between 40 and 256 bits long) to a relatively large expanded key (typically several hundred or thousand bits) for later use in an encryption and decryption algorithm.