RDS (Room Data Sheets) are used to capture the details and requirements of every space within a project. They are typically prepared by the client during the briefing stage (also known as architectural programing in the US) of the design process. They can be updated throughout the design to reflect modifications or to provide a clearer picture to those responsible for delivering the project.

The Room Data Sheets SmartTool allows users to create room (or space), data sheets using the Revit project. It’s a fast and precise tool that can be used to create sheets, elevations and schedule views. The tool can generate 3D, plans, elevations and views of schedules for spaces or rooms that are parametrically named and numbering new sheets.

The default setting is to use the Room Numbering template as well as the Sheet Format set by the Revit project However, a different sheet name and style may be selected from the Tool Options tab. Or, you can click ‘Load Configuration’ …’ on the toolbar to load previously saved configurations that will replace the current settings. This reduces the amount of manual re-work needed for each room or space size and type.

The tab ‘Naming’ lets the user to choose if the chosen room/space is included in the sheet’s Name text box which appears on the left of the screen. The ‘View Title: option defines what text appears in the title bar for each view. ‘View Increment’ specifies the number of increments between each view on the sheet. The option ‘Spacing’ can be http://www.searchstreams.info/what-is-an-alternate-data-stream/ turned on to regulate the space between each view on the sheet and the ‘Exclude View Names when estimating the size of views on Sheets:’ will ensure that titles are not included in determining the number of views that can fit on a page.

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