When you create a new Sticky, you are able to represent the contents of a Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel or Adobe PDF file within a Revit project. Before you create your Sticky, review the differences between Sticky Schedules and Sticky Images.
Each supported file type has a different set of options to help define what should display inside of Revit:
Word and PDF source documents are specified by choosing the page range and the DPI value. Pages can be specified as “All” or by typing in numbers and support individual page numbers and or ranges. Examples of acceptable page values:
The default DPI value is 300 per customer input. If that value is changed it will be remembered during that Revit session. The DPI value can be adjusted later by using the Update From button.
Excel source documents are specified by choosing the worksheet region(s) available within any of the worksheets, as shown below, as well as the DPI value. The Name column represents the available regions which include both saved Print Areas and named regions. These ranges can be viewed and edited within Excel from the Formulas>Name Manager dialog.
Image Stickies can be created with a Color, Grayscale or Black and White override. If the Excel source sheet is already set to Black and White this setting will take precedence over the drop-down selected when creating the Image Sticky. More details in this blog post.
DPI overrides and transparency:
Higher DPI values will result in larger image files, potentially affecting the Revit model size more.
To place a duplicate of a Sticky Schedule on another Sheet:
To place a duplicate of a Sticky Image on another Sheet or View:
NOTE: Images still retain the original file pathing when pasted into other projects.
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