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Bonus Tools contains multiple apps and can help any practice save time. New tools include; SheetEMup, Renumber Parameter, Highlight 3D Elements, Areas or Rooms to Mass. Also major Ribbon upgrades...

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06 Ribbon Settings

  • View and change the Ribbon Settings.
  • Select the tools you want to see on the Ribbon and re-order them to suit you.

07 Window Watcher Settings

  • View and change the Window Watcher Settings.
  • Add Revit Window names you would like to either block and/or report on the windows activation as part of a Company Standard. This tool is primarily used to block/report on 'In-place Families' and 'Importing of CAD files'.
    • Blocking a window does just that, blocks it and replaces it with a warning message.
    • Reporting on a windows activation writes to a log file listing the project and users name who activated the window. It also warns the user the window activation is being recorded.
    • Change the report path to suit.

08 Family Tracker

  • Lists all Loaded Families and/or Groups in the Project and the date of insert and the date of reload (modification).
  • Note: the insertion and modification date are only recorded if Kiwi Codes Bonus Tools or Family Browser are installed and running.
  • From the list, highlight families that are out of date in the project file, reload or repath them.

09 3d Views for All Levels

  • Create a 3d View for each level in the Project.
  • Note: depending on the number of levels, this may take a while.

10 3D Views for all Worksets

  • Create a 3d View for each Workset and hide all other Worksets in the view.
  • Note: depending on the number of Worksets, this may take a while.

11 3D View for Selected Elements

  • Create a 3d View with a Section Box around the currently select elements.
  • Specify a margin around the elements to extend the Section Box by.

12 Change Text Case

  • Change text case between Title, UPPER and lower.
  • This applies to Annotation Text, Model Text, Room Names, Area Names, View Names & View Titles on Sheets.

13 Dimensions List

  • Lists all Dimensions within the project.
  • Go to the view hosting the Dimension. Delete the Dimension. See if it has a text override.

14 Create Floors from Rooms

  • Create Floors using rooms as the perimeter.
  • Note:
    • You must be in a plan view.
    • The level associated to the view you are working with is the level the new floor will be placed on.
    • You can choose the floor type & the floor offset from the level.

15 Elements on Levels

  • Lists all elements on a selected level.
  • Cycle through the levels in the Project to see what elements are hosted to it.

16 In-Place Family List

  • Lists all In-Place Families within the project.
  • Go to the view hosting the In-Place Family. Delete the In-Place Family.

17 Referencing File List

  • Lists all Revit, DWG and Image references within the project.
  • Go to the view hosting the Referencing File. Delete the Referencing File.

18 Remove all Views

  • Removes all views from the Project except for the active view (if all other views are closed) or last view created (if multiple views are open).
  • Help reduce the file size before issuing to consultants or archiving the model.

19 Remove Unused Views

  • Remove unwanted views that causes the file size to bloat.
  • Removes views:
    • Other than the active view.
    • Not placed on a sheet. Note: retains the primary views not placed on a sheet but reference secondary views that are.
    • Without a parameter of your choice. Retain views that are not placed on sheet but are working views that you do not want delete.

20 Section Creator

  • Creates a perpendicular or parallel section to the selected wall.
  • Note: a wall must be selected before activating this command.

21 Sheet Duplication

  • Duplicate one or many sheets.
  • Quickly duplicate sheets by:
    • Selecting from a list of current sheets those to duplicate.
    • Choosing the title block to be assigned to the duplicated sheets.
    • Choosing the number of times to duplicate the sheets.
    • Choosing whether to duplicate the views on the current sheets and place them on the duplicated sheets.
    • Note: schedules and legends are not duplicated, the originals are placed on the duplicated sheets.

22 Views to Sheets

  • Place views on Sheets in bulk.
  • Quickly put views on sheets by:
    • Selecting the View Type and/or searching for a View.
    • Selecting the View base point, BL (bottom left), RB(bottom right), M(middle), TL(top left) or TR(top right)
    • Select a Master Sheet if desired.
    • Select a Master View or NULL. If a view is selected, the X, Y coordinates of the View will be used to place the new View. If NULL is selected the Views will be placed at 0,0.
    • Dragging Views to their desired Sheet.

23 Swap Groups for Families

  • Swap unwanted Groups out for Families.
  • Select one - symbol or detail item or generic model and group before running this tool.
  • Use any of the below combinations and more.
    • Swap Detail Groups for Annotation Symbols.
    • Swap Detail Groups for Detail Components.
    • Swap Model Groups for Generic Models.
    • Swap Model Groups for Casework.
    • Note: ensure the base points are the same before swapping Groups for Families.

24 Place Points on Topography

  • Use a Families X and Y location to place Points on a Topography Surface.
  • Use this tool to insert points at a X,Y location on a Topography
    • Surface, the Z location value is the height of the Topography Surface at the specified point.
    • Step 1: Use the Setting Out Points tool to create Points.
    • Step 2: Select the desired Points and the Topography Surface.
    • Step 3: Run the tool.
    • Step 4: Edit the Topography Surfaces.

25 Add Points to Topography

  • Use a Families X, Y and Z location to add Points to a Topography Surface.
  • Use this tool to make a Topography Surface follow the underside of a Floor.
    • Step 1: Use the Setting Out Points tool to create Points.
    • Step 2: Select the desired Points and the Topography Surface.
    • Step 3: Run the tool.
    • Step 4: Edit the Topography Surface to remove excess points.

26 Topography Surface Edge

  • Creates Lines around the boundary edges of the select topography in: Plan, 3D or Section.
  • There are 3 selection types available.
    • In Plan - the lines are created as Detail Lines.
    • In 3D - the lines are created as Model Lines.
    • In Section - the lines are created as Detail Lines.
    • Note: a topography surface must be selected before activating this command.

27 Update Referencing Sheets

  • Updates Sections Referencing Sheets.
  • Note: you must be in a Section or Elevation view before activating this command.

28 Reference Plane List

  • Lists all Reference Planes in the project.
  • Go to the view showing the Reference Plane. Delete the Reference Plane.

29 View Template Map

  • Lists all view templates, and views using those view templates.
  • Before modifying a view templates settings gather a list of all views that will be affected by the changes.

30 Element Selector – By Id

  • Enter an element Id to find its Name.
  • Find the Name of a corrupted element in the project file.

31 Setting Out Points

  • Setting Out Points
  • Select the Generic Family to use as the setting out point marker and enter the desired shared parameters to use in a schedule.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.

31 Setting Out Points

  • Renumber Setting Out Points.
  • Renumber Major Setting out Points.

32 Navisworks to Revit

  • Convert a Navisworks XML report into clash points and 3D views placed on sheet(s).
  • Select the Generic Family to use as the clash point and enter the desired shared parameters to use in a schedule. Choose whether to also create 3D views with bounding boxes and whether to place them on Sheets. Note: create views and sheets can take time.
  • Suggestion - do this in a blank project file. Multiple views and sheets will be created.

33 Excel Tools

  • Export and Import schedules to and from Excel.
  • Utilize Excel to speed up repetitive schedule manipulation.

Export Category to Excel

  • Export any Category to Excel.
  • Select the Category, phase and parameters to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)

Export Schedule to Excel

  • Export any Schedule to Excel.
  • Select the Schedule to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)

Import from Excel

  • Import any Element changes from Excel.
  • Select any Excel file that is formatted as per the Export function.
    • The first row in Excel must be the Parameter Name (Text case must be identical)
    • The second row in Excel is the Parameter Type. The row must exist.
    • The first column in Excel is Element Id

Export Formatted Category to Excel

  • Export any Category to a Formatted Excel file. Note: One-way Export.
  • Select the Category, phase and parameters to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)"

Export Formatted Schedule to Excel

  • Export any Schedule to a Formatted Excel file. Note: One-way Export.
    • Select the Schedule to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)

Export Room Template

  • Export a Room schedule template in Excel.
  • Exports a formatted template ready for new Room data.

Import New Rooms

  • Imports an creates place holders for Rooms.
  • Select any Excel file that is formatted as per the Export Room Template function.
    • The first row in Excel must be the Parameter Name (Text case must be identical)
    • The second row in Excel is the Parameter Type. The row must exist

Export Sheet Template

  • Export a Sheet schedule template in Excel.
  • Exports a formatted template ready for new Sheet data.

Import New Sheets

  • Imports an creates place holders for Sheets.
  • Select any Excel file that is formatted as per the Export Sheet Template function.
    • The first row in Excel must be the Parameter Name (Text case must be identical)
    • The second row in Excel is the Parameter Type. The row must exist.

Dummy Schedule

  • Recreate an Excel Schedule within Revit using Revit Schedule Headers.
    • Select an Excel Schedule to recreate in Revit.
    • A new Schedule will be created using the active Worksheet.
    • The new Schedules' name will equal that of the Excel Worksheet.
    • The Range recreate is defined by the 'Set Print Area' within Excel.

34 Shared Parameters

  • Bulk load Shared Parameters into one or more Family files.
  • Bulk load Shared Parameters into one or more Family files.

35 View Filters

  • Copy view filters and their settings from one view to multiple other views.
  • Copy view filters and their settings from one view or view template to multiple other views or view templates.

36 Sheet Revisions

  • View the matrix between Revisions and Sheets.
  • Tick/untick revisions and click the “Apply Revisions to Sheets” button to bulk update Sheets.
  • Cells with a red background indicate the Revision is controlled by a Revision Cloud. To delete the Cloud double click on the cell.


37 Highlight 2D Elements

  • Highlight 2D elements across a project.
  • Check how many 2D patches have been applied to you project.
  • Note: Complete this procedure on a copy of the file as it 'Override Graphics in View' by 'Element'

38 View Duplication

  • Quickly duplicate multiple views.
  • Duplicate views by replicating dependant existing views (with optional sheets), or by duplicating views based of other views or by level.

39 Align Sheets

  • Align viewports on selected Sheets with a master Sheet setup.

40 Copy Parameter Values

  • Copy Parameter Values from one Parameter to another.
  • Choose a parameter from the current element or its host or level, and the parameter to copy it to.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.

41 Room Number to Doors and Windows

  • Copy a Room Number to Doors and Windows with a Alpha extension.
  • Quickly align Door and Window numbers with rooms.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.

42 Wall Dimensions

  • Wall Dimensions a string of Walls to their exterior face.
  • Select two or more walls.

43 Place Family Types

  • Place workplane based family types in a row within the current view.
  • Array families vertically and family types horizontally.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.
    • Directory.

44 SheetEMup

  • Duplicate a sheet and select the views.
  • Quickly duplicate a sheet multiple times by:
    • Selecting from a list of current sheets, the one to duplicate.
    • Choosing to either duplicate the existing views or selecting from a list of project views to place on the new sheets. If the selected view is already on a view it will also be duplicated.

45 Renumber Parameter

  • Renumber any Text, Integer, Number or Length Parameter.
  • Quickly renumber parameters by:
    • Selecting a category
    • Selecting a parameter to renumber
    • Choosing an increment
    • Choosing a prefix and suffix

46 Highlight 3D Elements

  • Highlight 3D elements across a project.
  • Highlight 3D elements according to parameter values.

47 Convert Areas or Rooms To Mass

  • Quickly convert Areas or Rooms To Mass by:
  • Selecting Areas or Rooms as the starting point
  • Choosing to create all forms in one family or one family per each form
  • Choosing Generic Model or Mass as the base family
    • If Mass family you can choose to create the project levels within the family
  • Selecting the Phase for Rooms
  • Selecting the output location for the families
  • Selecting the Areas or Rooms from a list
  • Modifying the height (in bulk by right clicking)

48 Location Point

  • Add a families location point to a parameter.
  • Quickly add a families location point to a parameter in bulk by:
  • Selecting a Category
  • Choosing your selection set
    • Current View
    • Current Selection
    • Entire Project
  • Choosing the base point to use
    • Relative
    • Survey
    • Project
  • Choosing a parameter to place the XYZ coordinate or
  • Choosing a separate parameter for each Z, Y & Z coordinate

49 Room/Area Point

  • Centre the Room/Area location points.
  • Quickly centre Rooms or Areas location points by:
  • Selecting Areas or Rooms as the starting point
  • Choosing your selection set
    • Current View
    • Current Selection
    • Entire Project.

50 Import/Export Points

  • Import/Export location points.
  • Quickly Import families to a specified location point by:
    • Selecting a family type.
    • Selecting a comma separated text file with XYZ coordinates with optional rotation.
    • Choosing the base point to use:
    • Relative.
    • Survey.
    • Project.
  • Quickly Export location points by:
    • Choosing your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.
    • Choosing the base point to use:
    • Relative.
    • Survey.
    • Project.
    • Selecting a Category.

51 Copy Areas

  • Copy Areas between Area Schemes.
  • There is no way to Copy Areas between Area Schemes within Revit.
  • This tool copies (recreates) Areas by:
    • Choosing the selection set, current selection or view.
    • Selecting the Areas Scheme type.
    • Selecting the destination View.

Note: if there are no area boundary lines in the destination view, then expect 'Area is not in a properly enclosed region' warnings.

52 Renumber Category

  • Remove duplicate mark warnings from selected Categories
  • This tool renumbers ALL elements within selected Categories by using the Element Id.
    • Select one or more element in a view.
    • Run the tool.
    • The tool will output the number of elements within each Category it has renumbered.

53 Show Warnings

  • Highlight and Isolate warnings in any view.
  • Run this tool to highlight and Isolate warnings in any view.

54 Help File

  • Your Company's Help File.

55 Bonus Tools Help

  • Bonus Tools Help.

56 Print Revisions

  • Print Sheets based on their Current Revision.
  • This tool Prints Sheets based on their Revision by:
    • Using the active Print Settings.
    • Selecting the Revision.
    • Selecting the Sheets.

57 DWF Markups

  • Displays all DWF Markups.
  • All DWF Markups are displayed in a grid:
    • Goto host view (Sheet).
    • Export to Excel.

58 File Coordinates

  • Outputs the coordinates of the current file and all linked files.
  • Check the coordination between files.

59 Clash Importer

  • Convert an XML report into clash points and 3D views placed on sheet(s).
  • Select the Generic Family to use as the clash point and enter the desired shared parameters to use in a schedule. Choose whether to also create 3D views with bounding boxes and whether to place them on Sheets. Note: create views and sheets can take time.
  • Choose the XML data you want to load into Shared Parameters.
  • Suggestion - do this in a blank project file. Multiple views and sheets will be created.

60 View Underlay

  • View and change Plan View underlays in bulk.
  • Select one or many Views and the desired View Underlay (including None) and update in bulk.

62 Copy Monitored Elements

  • View all copy monitored Elements.
  • This tool allows you to:
    • View all copy monitored Elements within a project.
    • Select one or many Elements and go to view.
    • Ascertain whether the copy monitor is internal or from a linked file.

63 Element overrides

  • View and remove Element overrides in a View.
  • This tool allows you to:
    • View all Element overrides in view.
    • Remove all Element overrides in one step.
    • Select individual overrides and remove them.

64 Floor to Follow Topography

  • Make a Floor follow a Topography.
  • To run the tool select a Floor and Topography.
  • The tool then makes the Floor follow a Topography by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adjusts the Z value to align with the Topography.
  • Note: You can add more Points and rerun the tool.

65 Floor to Match Topography

  • Make a Floor match a Topography.
  • To run the tool select a Floor or Roof and Topography.
  • The tool then matches the Floor to the Topography by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adding new Sub Elements to match points within the Topography.
  • Note: Use 26 Topography Surface Edge first to set the Floor Boundaries to equal the Topography.

66 Topography to Follow Floor

  • Make a Topography follow a Floor.
  • To run the tool select a Floor or Roof and Topography.
  • The tool then makes the Topography follow a Floor by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adding Point within the Topography to match the Sub Elements.
  • Note: You will need to remove and add secondary points as required.

67 Extensible Storage List

  • Lists all Extensible Storage schemas within a Project.
  • Double click on a schema(row) to see the fields associated to the schema.

68 Section Box To Scope Box

  • Makes a Section Box match a selected Scope Box.
  • Within a 3d View select a Scope Box and run the tool.

69 Section Box to Scope Box updater

  • Compile a matrix list between Scope Boxes and 3D Views.
  • At any time bulk update 3D Views Section Boxes to match changed Scope Boxes.

70 Folder creator

  • Add place holder Views and Sheets into the Project Browser to guide users with filing of Views.
  • Based on the existing Browser Organisation, specify names for user editable Parameters.

71 RDS tool

  • Quickly create Views for each Room.
  • Create: Floor Plans, Ceiling Plans, Elevations, 3Ds, Schedules and Sheets for each Room.

72 Workset creator

  • Quickly enable and create Worksets based on a template.
  • Create a save a template structure for Worksets.

73 Unused Elevation Markers

  • View and delete unused Elevation Markers.
  • View and remove unwanted Elevation Markers quickly.

74 View Renamer

  • Name Views based on a set of criteria.
  • Use View Parameters to control View Names.

75 Family Type Renamer

  • Rename Family and Type names to comply with Standards.
  • Select a Category to Exports Element Name and Type Names to Excel to change and then Import the modifications.

76 Element Tracker

  • This tool will allow you to communicate to Consultants any changes within a week.
  • For this tool to work you must add the following parameters to your project and select Categories to Track:
    • Monday
    • Tuesday
    • Wednesday
    • Thursday
    • Friday
    • Saturday
    • Sunday
  • Any Elements Added or Modified within the selected Categories will have a date (yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm) and user name added to the appropriate day of the week parameter.

77 Project Parameters

  • View and bulk assign Shared Parameters to Categories.
  • View the matrix between Project Parameters and Categories.
  • Tick/untick Categories and click the “Apply Categories” button to bulk update Project Parameters.

78 Plan Regions

  • Bulk copy Plan Regions between Views.
  • Identify template Views with Plan Regions to copy to one or many other Views.
  • Re-running this tool will delete existing all Plan Regions prior to placing new.");

79 Grid Alignment

  • Bulk align Grid 2D extents between Views.
  • Identify template Views with 2D Grid extents to copy to one or many other Views.

80 Revision List

  • Lists all Revisions in a List.
  • Export the List to Excel.

81 Floor To Follow Floor

  • Make a Floor follow another Floor.
  • To run the tool first go to a 3D View then select two Floors.
  • The tool then makes the first selected Floor follow the second selected Floor by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adjusting the Z values.
  • Note: You can add more Points and rerun the tool.

82 Detail Group To View Map

  • Check which Views, Details groups are added to.
  • Delete Detail Groups from Views.
  • Swap a Detail Group for another.
  • Export the Map to Excel.

83 Create Area Lines

  • Quickly convert Detail Lines to to Area Lines.
  • To run the tool first go to an Area Plan with Detail Lines and select the Detail Line.

84 Scope Box Map

  • View which Scope Boxes are in use.

85 Line Patterns

  • View all Line Patterns in the Project.
  • Bulk delete unwanted Line Patterns.

86 Rename number Sheets

  • Quickly rename and number Sheets.

87 3D Room Tags

  • Create 3d Room Tags using a Generic Model Family.
  • This tool create 3D Room Tags by:
    • Choosing the selection set, current selection or view.
    • Choosing the Rooms, Areas or Spaces.
    • Selecting a Generic Model Family. Note: A Generic Model Family instance must exist in the Project.
    • Selecting Parameters to Map between Rooms and Generic Model Families.
    • Note: you must select at least the Room Element Id which is used for updates.

88 Element Properties

  • Enter one or more Element ID's and View their Parameters.
  • Use in conjunction with Element Tracker Deletions to view Elements that are to be deleted.

89 Open Views

  • Bulk open multiple View is one go.
  • Set Revit to bulk opens Views removing the manual process.

90 Copy View Templates

  • Copy one or more View Templates from one or more Linked files.
  • Copy one or more View Templates from one or more Linked files.

91 Advanced Sheet Duplication

  • Duplicate one or many Sheets from any File.
  • Quickly duplicate sheets by:
    • Selecting one or more from a list of sheets to duplicate.
    • Choosing the title block to be assigned to the duplicated sheets.
    • Choosing whether to duplicate the views on the current sheets and place them on the duplicated sheets.

92 Copy Plan Region By Parameter

  • Bulk copy Plan Regions between Views by Parameter.
    • Add a Parameter to Views and insert the View Type and Name separated by a semicolon i.e. 'Floor Plan : Level 1', this will be the View it copies the Plan Regions from.
    • Note: the spelling of the View Type, View Name and ‘ : ‘ deliminator must be accurate or the process will not work.

93 Grid Alignment By Parameter

  • Bulk align Grid 2D extents between Views by Parameter.
  • Add a Parameter to Views and insert the View Type and Name separated by a semicolon i.e. 'Floor Plan : Level 1', this will be the View it aligns the grid from.

Note: the spelling of the View Type, View Name and ‘ : ‘ deliminator must be accurate or the process will not work.

94 2D Element Usage

  • View the relationship between Views and 2D Family Elements items.

95 Family Standards

  • View the Family Standards for a Project.
  • View the following properties for all Families within a Project: Sub Categories, Line Patterns, Fill Patterns, Materials, Parameters, Text and Labels, and Dimensions.
  • Export to Excel or CSV for further analysis.

96 Room Paint Bomb

  • Bulk Paint Walls, Floors, Ceilings and Roofs by Room Material.
  • Quickly Paint Walls, Floors, Ceilings and Roofs to match a Material assigned to a Room.
  • Filter Rooms by:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.
  • And search by Parameter.
  • Select the Room Material Parameter.
  • Skip Walls that you do not want to Paint by Parameter.

97 Room Paint Report

  • Report on Painted Walls surrounding Rooms.
    • Choose the Material Parameter i.e. Name, Mark and write the Materials back to the Room.

98 Find Painted Elements

  • Find all Painted Elements with a Project.
    • Isolate selected Elements and bulk remove Paint from faces.

99 Copy Scope Box

  • Copy Scope Boxes between files.
    • If a Scope Box with the same name already exists, the tool will delete, create and reconnect the Views connected to the old Scope Box.

100 Schedule Usage

  • View what Sheets a Schedule is placed on.
    • Quickly view how many times a Schedule has been place prior to deleting or modifying it.

101 Select Title Blocks

  • Bulk change multiple Title Blocks.
    • Select a range of Title Blocks by Sheet Number or Name etc.

102 Revision Clouds

  • Convert Revision Cloud data to a Revit Dummy Schedule.";
  • View Revision Clouds within the Entire Project or Current Sheet, showing all Revision Clouds or only those that have not been issued.
  • Export the Grid to Excel.
    • Create a Revit Dummy Schedule from the Grid by:
    • Selecting an Existing Schedule on an Existing Sheet as the placement location.
    • Selecting Schedule Columns and Widths.
    • Entering a default cell height.
    • Note: the height of the cells does not auto adjust.
    • Select a View Template.
    • Select to replace an Existing copy of the Schedule if created.
    • Note: the Schedule is named by the Sheet Name and Number.
    • Each Time the Sheet is re-issued this tool will need to be re-run to update the Dummy Schedule.

103 Wall Direction

  • Calculate the orientation a Wall i.e. N, S, E, W etc.
  • Apply orientation to a selected parameter.

104 Replace Line Styles

  • Swap all Model and Detail Lines within a View or Project with another Line Style.
    • Note: this will note swap Lines within a Group or Filled Region etc.

105 Tag All

  • Tag All Elements by one or more View.
  • Select the Tag, Category and Views to Tag.

106 Schedule Browser

  • Browser Schedule by Category and Group by Prefix or Suffix.
    • Quickly navigate Schedules using this Schedule Browser.
    • View what Sheets a Schedule is placed on.
    • Note: May need to click Apply/Update to see additions, modifications and deletions.

107 Next Number

  • Find the next sequential number for any Parameter.
  • Select and Element then run the tool then:
    • Select a Parameter: Mark, Number, Comments etc.
    • Enter Text the Parameter must contains.
    • Enter a new Number and click Ok to renumber the Element.

108 Add Project Shared Parameters

  • Bulk load Shared Parameters into a Project.