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WhiteFeet public downloads
Among other things, you will find documentation that covers the following tools:
Revit Element Tools
Revit Family Tools
Revit Parameter Tools
Revit Database Link
Revit Sheet Manager
The License Agreement can be found at:
Here are some summaries of the individual tools (taken from the documentation):
Links to an Excel file or (less commonly) an Access database. Based on this
data, it creates or updates sheets in Revit as a bulk editing process. The tool
can also be used to export data, renumber sheets, and place views on sheets.
A relatively complex and highly developed program that can be the basis of a wide range of workflows. It can connect to either an Access or a SQL Server database and synchronize data in both directions.
This collection of smaller tools has been grouped together for convenience, but they serve different kinds of purposes. These include:
Placing unplaced areas and rooms.
Creating views, adding tags, and exporting images.
These tools support working with families and working with Excel:
Exporting detailed information about families to Excel.
Importing parameter values from Excel to control families in support of a computational design