Using Special Characters in Revit Schedules

Mike Massey

Architecture and Engineering, All, Revit, Schedule, Schedules, Special Characters, autodesk university, Construction, 2017, Style 0 Comment

Is this a standard Revit schedule?

In recent releases of Revit, users were given the ability to include an image into schedules.  In addition to images, Revit allows for special characters to be used.  Special characters can be used as long as the character is of the same font style as the font defined in the body font style of the schedule.  One example of the use of special characters would be to create a ‘dot matrix’ type of schedule where you want to show a special character as the dot.

Learn how to create this type of schedule plus many other scheduling tips in my AU sessions.

AR23697-L - Schedules Can't Do That in Revit 2017

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AR20807-L - Schedules Can't Do That in Revit 2017

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