Ideate SheetManager for Revit tools support drag and drop behavior and double-clicking to open both Revit Sheets and Views. Additionally, SheetManager supports context-specific right-click behavior and includes three tool buttons for extended functionality.
The SheetManager supports context-sensitive right-click behavior which varies depending upon whether the element selected is a View, Sheet, or Viewport (View placed onto a Sheet).
Within the Views panel, shown on the left-hand side of SheetManager, right-clicking on a View will enable these options:
Launch ViewCreator: Launches the Ideate ViewCreator tool for batch view duplication with advanced features
Duplicate View: Invokes the Revit native ‘Duplicate’ command, allows the expected options (Duplicate, Duplicate with Detailing, Duplicate as Dependent). Only allows duplication one view at a time
Create Sheets: Allows batch-creation of sheets based on an existing sheet composition, including Viewport and repeat features as schedules and legends
Rename: Rename the selected View. This option will be grayed out if the selected item is a folder instead of the View.
Delete: Deletes the selected view(s) from the model. Note: Use with caution! We recommend selecting the view(s) to be deleted and using the SmartDelete tool instead.
Expand All: Expand the list of folders and Views so that all can be seen at once.
Collapse All: Collapse the list of Views so that only the top-level folders can be seen.
Within the Sheets panel, shown on the right-hand side of SheetManager, right-clicking on a Sheet will enable these options:
New Sheet: This right-click option launches the Revit tool that is used to create a new Sheet. This tool allows you to create an empty Sheet with the option of specifying a Title block. You can also use this method to pick from a list of pre-defined placeholder Sheets.
Clone Sheet: This right-click option will only be enabled when the active view is a Sheet. Clone can be used to create a new Sheet that will match the originally selected Sheet, its Title block and all its Sheet parameters. Optionally, this will allow new Views to be placed on the Sheet to match the location of Views from the originally selected Sheet.
Rename: Rename the selected Sheet(s). This option will be grayed out if the selected item is a folder or Viewport instead of a Sheet.
Open: Use this option to open either the active Sheet or active Viewport. Another way to open a Sheet is to double-click on the Sheet name. Double-clicking the Viewport name will open the Sheet on which the View is placed.
Remove from Sheet: This option is available for Viewports only, and will be grayed out if the selected element is a Sheet. Use this option to remove the selected Viewport from the Sheet. You can also use drag and drop to relocate a View from one Sheet to another.
Copy Legends/Schedules and Paste Legends/Schedules: Allows the copy/pasting of Legends and Schedules between sheets. The location of the pasted elements on the destination sheet will match the location on the source sheet.
Expand All: Fully expand the list of folders and Sheets.
Collapse All: Collapse the list of Sheets - only the top-level folders can be seen.
Along the bottom edge of Ideate SheetManager there is a row of tool buttons that relate to the work of creating and composing Revit Sheets:
Create Sheet(s): Invokes the batch sheet-creation dialog, same as the R-click option
ViewCreator: Opens Ideate ViewCreator, same as the R-Click option
Create Sheet: Launches the Revit tool that is used to create a new Sheet, described above under the right-click section..
Align: Launches Ideate Align for Revit used to coordinate the location of Views across a sheet set.
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