Adding Revisions to a Sheet

An unfortunate reality in producing construction documents is that you must eventually make revisions. In CAD, you normally create a duplicate of the file, save that file into your project directory, and then create the revisions. The only way to keep track of them is to add a revision cloud and change the attribute information in the title block. In Revit, however, you're given a revision schedule and the means to keep track of your revisions.

When you select the viewport, the name and detail number turn blue. This means you can change the values right on the sheet.

The objective of the next procedure is to add a revision cloud and to populate a schedule that is already built into the sheet. Follow these steps: ...

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