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    Default Re: Using Keynotes with Condoc Example

    thanks much for reading and atleast willing to help. I know I am asking a lot, but your family approach seemed very cumbersome to do (not your fault, revit issue) the leaders etc , adding to the file manually etc. That is why I was thinking the API approach. Can anyone atleast point to me where I can find details on the API etc. AS I said We just recently purchased our copies and have made the commitment to switch. I just need to come up with a relatively equal ease of use on the Keynoting/CONDOCs since we use them very extensively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadologist.98689
    . I just need to come up with a relatively equal ease of use on the Keynoting/CONDOCs since we use them very extensively.
    If you do, I think we'd all be interested.

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    How are contractors responding to receiving details like that? I try and encourage people to abbreviate what the reference is to, so each leader might read (in UK spec format) "M60/215 Spec item" so that people can at least understand what they are loking at without referring to a bound document or some dense notes.

    I'll be interested to see what you come up with by way of API.
    Pete

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    Question Re: Using Keynotes with Condoc Example

    Very nice tutorial Ski, thanks.

    I have just one question regarding the Keynote Legend. Is it possible to have the Division & Spec Section Headers in the Keynote Legend? For Example, I have the Keynote, 03300.A1 Concrete Beam, 3000 psi

    I want the Keynote Legend to display;

    Division 03 - Concrete

    03300 - Cast-In-Place Concrete

    03300.A1 Concrete Beam, 3000 psi

    Division 04......and so on.....

    Is that possible? Thanks

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    From my experience - No it cannot have these headers. It only adds the Key Value & Text to the Schedule of those Items that are tagged, as the headers are not of a tagged object - they will not be on the schedule

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    Default Re: Using Keynotes with Condoc Example

    Burt'o
    do you have a sample shot of how your results look?
    cheers

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    Default Re: Using Keynotes with Condoc Example

    VisiSpecs now has keynoting integration with Revit and your Specs! Manage keynotes in Microsoft Word or Revit with spell checking, tree views, comments, search, filters, etc. Easily filter your master keynote list to match your spec sections being referenced. Check it out at www.chalklineinc.com.

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