MasterKey for Revit - Creating Custom Keynotes
MasterKey allows you to retain any keynotes you may already have placed in your Revit project and create Project Keynotes that may not be part of your specification.
Create Project Keynotes - click on the thumbnail for a larger image.
With the MasterKey palette open you will see a tree node of Masterspec Keynotes …. there is also a node named Project Keynotes.
To Add a Project Keynote click on the Add a Keynote symbol.
You must now assign a Keynote number and description.
Revit expects each Keynote number to be unique, so if you choose a number that’s already been used you’ll get a red error message.
Give your Keynote a unique number, then add a name for the Keynote.
The Keynote location can be set the same as the selected Keynote, the level above or the level below the Keynote.
You can Edit Keynotes by selecting a Keynote, clicking on the Edit Keynote Button, editing the keynote and selecting OK.
You can also Import a Project Keynote file. MasterKey uses the standard text file format.
Select the Project Keynote primary node
Select Import Project Keynote File
Navigate and find the text file you want ….. select the file ….. select OK and the file will be imported and show in the Project Keynotes tree.
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