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Siberian

Way of using no-plot text?

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Siberian

Now and then I need to place some temporary text in my model just as a reminder to take care of something later. Ideally it should have some no-plot-option and/or a way of hiding it without too much clicking. What is your preferred way of doing this?

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tzframpton

There is no such thing in Revit. But most people have a practice where they have a "working view", then a "sheet view". Place your notes in your working view and leave the sheet view unchanged. 

 

Or, create a whole set of Views specific for notes that you know you'll regularly refer to throughout the project. 

 

-TZ

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RobDraw

There are a number of ways that people have come up with but they all require changing visibility before and after printing. While these methods are easy to implement, it's just as easy to forget to do the manual changes causing unwanted notes on drawings or notes not being seen, i.e. user error.

 

I'm with TZ on this. Utilize working views for this type of thing.

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