Ideate ReNumber, one of the tools in our IdeateApps collection, is a great tool for renumbering virtually any element in your Revit model. Whether its rooms, doors, windows, areas, you’ve probably used the tool when in a plan view.
But did you know you can also use Ideate Renumber in schedule views?
In this example, I’m renumbering sheets to match the ISO 19650 UK standards.
I’ve built a custom rule using custom shared parameters for each of the different containers of the ISO 19650 UK document naming standard. The parameters are concatenated and then pushed into the Sheet number parameter to renumber the sheets.
With the schedule view open, run the Ideate ReNumber tool. The sorting order of the schedule drives the order in which the elements are numbered, meaning the order in which the increment part is applied.
After the renumbering, the sheet numbers have been changed.
There is also a rule to renumber details views on sheets. This rule can be loaded from our standard as delivered content.
Load the rule by clicking on Import.
Once loaded, customize the rule to suit your company standard, then start renumbering!
Just click on the viewport to renumber them.
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Steve Deadman - Customer Success Manager - EMEA
Steve provides support to customers and helps them get a strong return on their software investment. He has a B.Eng (Hons) degree in Mechanical Engineering and various certifications in engineering. Before joining Ideate Software, he worked at several top architectural firm in the United Kingdom where he specialized in the implementation and management of BIM processes and technology. Find Steve on LinkedIn.