This Revit 2009 video tutorial covers how to add parameters for scheduling and tagging. In this case the objects being scheduled are parking spaces. The problem was that by default Revit is able to schedule the "count" of objects. We want to schedule stacker parking which meant every parking component equaled 2 spaces. In order to schedule the number of spaces, a shared parameter is added which looks for a yes/no parameter stating whether or not the component is a stacker. This is done by adding a conditional statement which looks to see if the family is a stacker based on the yes/no check box. The techniques in this example can be easily transfered to any family type with in Revit. This same logic can apply to estimating Techniques.
-Making shared parameters
-Scheduling shared parameters
-Tagging shared parameters
-Scheduling with conditional statements
-Controlling visibility with parameters
-Controlling multiple object with one parameter
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