Creating Key Legends and Importing CAD Legends

Here's the problem with Revit. At some point, you'll need to add a component to the model that isn't associated with anything. Say, for example, you have a door that you would like to elevate on a sheet with the door schedule. You sure don't want that door included in the schedule, and you sure don't want to have to draw a wall just to display it. This is where creating a key legend comes into play.

Adding Legend Components

The objective of the following procedure is to create a key legend, adding elevations of doors that are used in the model. As it stands, a legend can mean any number of things. It can be a list of abbreviations, it can be a comprehensive numbering system keyed off the model itself, ...

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