- Download this example Revit project file
- Copy / paste an instance of the LEVEL SCHEDULERS family into your project
- Make a section view where you can see the family in profile, just like in the example RVT file:
- Copy / paste the LEVEL SCHEDULE into your project
- You need to place one instance of the family ON EACH LEVEL, and then lock the handle to the ZERO LEVEL (always). If your level is BELOW ZERO, then use the Yes/No tickbox for that instance.
- Once all the families are placed and locked, you have a Level Schedule that will adjust when (if) your levels move. Obviously, if a new level is placed, you will need to add a new instance of the LEVEL SCHEDULERS family.
Monday, February 13, 2012
You can't make a schedule of Levels in Revit. I won't get into the argument of "should you be able to" or not. The fact is, some people want to make a Level Schedule. Here I provide one workaround that works for the current version of Revit.