- Turn the Underlay on for the Level that shows the items you want to Tag
- Tag the Item/s
- Use Linework tool on the items that you have tagged. This is important – if you don’t do this, then the Tag will disappear when you turn the Underlay off. *However*, you can use the Linework tool with Invisible Lines (if you don’t want to see them) – this will still force the element to be considered by Revit when it determines if it should keep the Tag visible or not.
- Turn the Underlay off
- Your items are still Tagged!
Boost Your BIM provides a macro that sets a Plan View top and bottom extents to a 3D view section box… interesting stuff:
Using 3D Section Box to set Plan View’s View Range � Boost Your BIM – making Revit even better
Plan View 1 has a rotated crop, and you want to quickly make Plan View 2 ‘match’ it:
- In Plan View 1, draw a Scope Box to just within the crop region
- Optional – apply the Scope Box to Plan View 1
- Switch to Plan View 2
- Apply the Scope Box
- The view crop rotates to match Plan View 1