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    Default Area calculation in Revit Structure

    I used to use Revit Building before I set up my own shop. Now I own a copy of Revit Structure and have found that there is no way to calculate areas in the Structural version. What gives!!! I have to go back to AutoCrap, er AutoCad to get areas for my analysis. What am I missing? I used to use the area plan on every project to calculate areas of diaphragms to determine masses and wind loads. Also it would be great if we could have an area plan for the elevations. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Area calculation in Revit Structure

    Hi Erik,

    Just wanted to notify you of an enhancement in Revit Structure 4 and Revit Building 9.1
    Filled Regions now report area in their Properties.

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    Default Re: Area calculation in Revit Structure

    Thankyou for the reply. Any idea if you can tag those reagons to list the area?

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