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Instant Autodesk Revit 2013 Customization with .NET How-to by Don Rudder

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Placing views on sheets (Become an expert)

Now that we know how to create views as well as sheets we can start to build some meaningful documentation. We will build a sample command in this recipe that places the first available floor plan view onto the active sheet. You will need to have a sheet view active when running this command.

Getting ready

We need to first update the Revit2013Samples_VB.addin file so it can be accessed from the Revit session. Add the following inside the RevitAddIns tag being careful not to nest it inside any other Command, Application, or DBApplication:

 <AddIn Type="Command"> <Text> Sample - Ch5 Views on Sheets </Text> <Assembly> Revit2013Samples_VB.dll </Assembly> <FullClassName> Revit2013Samples_VB.CommandViewsOnSheets ...

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