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Until now we have done the electrical symbol legend as a hotlinked module of a story, where the lamp and object elements are placed in the floor plan within a table drawn with lines. This is a static resource, unless you break the module hotlink and modify it. It is possible to create the legend using Interactive Schedule. The advantage
The finish schedule is an element schedule of zones. You need to read that link if you haven't already.
Location: Doesn't matter. This is our main (only) zone stamp. A zone stamp is a special object associated with a zone. If you use zones, the stamp takes the place of 'dumber' room name objects or texts. I always use zones instead of room name objects. Unlike the room name object, the name and number are not parameters. They are
Somewhere, a roof is unhappy. Most likely, the angles of nearby roof edges are causing the geometry to turn inside out. The report will say something like: Invalid polygon, self intersection or hole intersects boundary. (Roof 004) This is actually helpful! Use find and select to find a roof with that ID, and you can fix it. The trouble is
This is a simple method for calculating gross floor area of a project, using the element schedule feature of AC10. It also gives us an introduction to basic element schedule technique. The method assumes a tolerance for approximation; you need something to say when they ask, how big is it. If you need precision, you can figure it out I'm