Monday, November 16, 2009

Template - Grid starting at 2 by default

Here’s a simple trick, but quite handy.

If you open your template, draw in a grid to check if everything’s ok, continue working on your template and then come back and delete the grid.

By default your template starts your grids at 2 (standard Revit stuff)

Draw in another grid, and change it to “0” delete it, save your template.

Voila…Grids start at 1 again….

1 comment:

seandburke said...

Works for all auto-incrementing parameters, like Door, Room, and Sheet numbers as well.

It's simple touches like this that help make the user experience more enjoyable.