Revit 2023 – Split Schedules


It used to be quite a process to create schedules within Revit – especially if they were long – in which case one would have to find a filter criterion by which to make the schedule shorter so that they could fit onto these sheets that you would like to place them on. In the modern age of Revit, we now can automatically spread the schedule across different sheets. This makes our lives a lot easier.

To start off generating some sheets. You should have some idea of how many sheets you need. In this instance, I created three sheets. I am using a schedule that was generated for COBie using the BIM interoperability tools.

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Open the schedule. On the contextual modify tab in the split panel use the split and place tool to select the sheets across which you would like to place the schedule.

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Revit now exposes the dialogue within which you can split the schedule and place it on sheets. Tick the checkboxes of the sheets that you would like to spread the schedule across and then choose to either split evenly or define a custom height that you might want to use. If the height is too much on the split evenly feedback, create more sheets. Adjust the width of the sheet columns and split the schedule on the sheet if necessary.

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This is a great tool to use to your advantage.

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