Here is a Quick tip on how to add multiple lines of text to your View Titles.
You need to go to the properties of the view and there you'll find the "Title on Sheet" parameter. If you want multiple lines of text on the title DONT change the View Name... it wont work.
Start typing in the Title on Sheet box and whenever you want to start another line use Ctrl+Enter key, this will start a new line for you.
text doesn't move up from the line between the text and the scale, the second line of text partial covers the line, and the third is below. how is this fixed....isn't the view tag a system family?ReplyDelete
I love this tip! To answer Anonymous, you'll have to edit the label justification in the view title family. First check the type properties for your viewport and make note of the view title name. Then expand your project browser families, then expand annotations, then scroll down to the view title, right click to edit family. Then click on the title label and edit properties to justify the label as bottom left.ReplyDelete
I have been doing this wrong for 3 years. Thank you! All my titles were in the "title on sheet" but I never thought to hit Ctrl EnterReplyDelete
I am having the opposite problem. Revit is automatically putting my title into multiple lines when I do not want it to. Any suggestions??ReplyDelete
I have the same issue. Did you find a solution? I would like to know if you have.Delete
Did you find a solution? I have the same issue, and haven't figured it out yet.Delete
Ok, my friend Dimitri From Summit AEC in Vancouver provided me the answer. You need to edit the view title annotation family. The wrapping is controlled by the size of the bounding box for the view name label. Stretch that out as far as you need it to and your text won't wrap.Delete
You can find the title family in the project browser and right click to edit.
It doesn't work with 2014?ReplyDelete
It's working in 2017 for me, but I have to do it under "Title on Sheet" in the Properties menu. Now if only this also worked for sheet titles.Delete
I did reach out to a couple people regarding this issue, I'll touch base with them again to see if there is a solution.Delete
Thank you! I am not sure whoever figured this out initially.ReplyDelete