How do you add a scope box in Revit?
Create a Scope Box
- In a plan view, click View tab Create panel (Scope Box).
- On the Options Bar, enter a name and specify a height for the scope box, if desired. …
- To draw a scope box, click in the upper left-hand corner to start the box.
Where are scope boxes in Revit?
Have a look at the Instance Properties of your plan view. Under Extents, you will find the Scope Box parameter. Assign the scope box you’ve just created to the plan view. As you see, the Crop Region of the view now perfectly matches the scope box limits.
How do you change a scope box in Revit?
Resize a scope box to control the views in which it displays.
- Open a plan or 3D view, and select the scope box. Handles appear on the scope box.
- Drag the handles to resize the scope box. As you resize the scope box, if a view plane no longer cuts through the scope box, the scope box is not visible in that view.
Which elements can a scope box can control Revit?
Scope boxes are used to control the extents of elements like grids, levels and reference planes. Each of these elements can be assigned to a specific scope box, limiting the 3D extents to the dashed green line limit.
Why is scope box greyed out Revit?
The reason for this weird behaviour is simple: it turned out that Scope Box parameter becomes read-only if you modify the Crop Cregion sketch. Since the Revit Scope Box is a cube, it can’t be applied to those views that have non-rectangular Crop Region!
How do you rotate view in Revit?
Click Modify <view type> tab Modify panel (Rotate). Note: If the Rotate tool is not available, in the Properties palette for the view, set Orientation to Project North. Rotate the view.