Thank you to those who attended the recent 30-minute Ideate Software webinar with tips and tricks on managing and splitting Excel data in Revit projects with Ideate Sticky, our application that allows users to easily integrate and format non-BIM data into Revit projects. I started the session by defining the problem and then provided two solutions, discussed repeating headers, and did a quick demonstration.
If you missed the session, would like to see it again, or would like to pass it along to colleagues, here’s a link to the recording.
Questions and Answers
My colleague Richard Taylor and I also answered questions throughout the webinar. Here are some that I think others may find interesting:
Q. When you click on or split up a Sticky, the line on the bottom on the Sticky disappears. How do you get it to appear?
A. Currently, there are two options. You can either draw a detail line, or you can do an outline in Excel. I will do a bit of research to see I can get the program to add a border to the Sticky based on the page length. If I find a solution, I will post it in a blog.
Q. How do you manage the font size from Sticky?
A. Check out our Help file on font mapping.
Q. After you break up the Sticky schedule, can you tweak the column sizes in Revit?
A. You can, but if you do and then update the information from Sticky, your changes to the column sizes will go away. We recommend doing column sizing in Excel.
About the Author
Sash Kazeminejad - AIA, LEED AP, BCI, BCC - Customer Success Manager
Sash earned his Master of Architecture from Montana State University and is a California registered architect, LEED Accredited Professional, and a Bluebeam Certified Instructor. He has extensive experience in project management; BIM management; design for architectural firms in California, Montana, and Oregon; and leading classroom and online BIM training. He provides consulting, sales, support, and training solutions to AECO customers around the globe. Find Sash on LinkedIn.