You asked: How do I create a multi category schedule in Revit?

What is a multi-category schedule in Revit?

Revit allows developing multi-category schedules. This means a schedule that can contain elements from different categories, for example : Furniture, Plumbing Fixtures and Speciality Equipment altogether in one schedule. Filtering within that schedule is as well possible.

How do you make multiple schedules in Revit?

Place several components into your project that have shared parameters. Click View tab Create panel Schedules drop-down (Schedule/Quantities). In the New Schedule dialog, select from the Category list. Click OK.

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.

How do you create a multi-category tag in Revit?

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  1. Click File tab New (Annotation Symbol), select the Multi-Category Tag. …
  2. Click Create tab Text panel (Label).
  3. Click in the drawing area. …
  4. Select one or more parameters in the Category Parameters list, and click (Add parameters to label).
  5. (Optional) Include a shared parameter. …
  6. Click OK.

How do I create a casework schedule in Revit?

Create a Key Schedule

  1. Click View tab Create panel Schedules drop-down Schedule/Quantities.
  2. In the New Schedule dialog, select the element category for which you want to schedule keys.
  3. Select Schedule keys. …
  4. Click OK.
  5. In the Schedule Properties dialog, add the predefined fields for the style. …
  6. Click OK.
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What is a Revit schedule?

Create schedules, quantities, and material takeoffs to quantify and analyze the components and materials used in a project. A schedule is another view of the model. View tab Create panel Schedules drop-down. (Schedule/Quantities) (Graphical Column Schedule)

What is embedded schedule in Revit?

When creating a schedule for rooms, spaces, duct systems, piping systems, or electrical circuits, you can create an embedded schedule to show information about components that are members of these systems. Create a schedule for spaces, duct systems, piping systems, or electrical circuits.

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