Why can’t I change the scale in Revit?

Why can’t I change scale in Revit?

There are a few ways to deal with this situation: Remove (unassign) the view template from the view. This should unlock all of the properties so that they can be modified independently from the View Template. Modify scale defined in the view template.

How do you change the scale of elevation in Revit?

In the Modify dialog, click Change View Scale. In the Change View Scale dialog, enter the desired scale and click OK. The size of text annotations in the view adjust accordingly.

How do I assign a view template in Revit?

Apply a View Template

  1. In the Project Browser, select the view or views to which you want to apply a view template. …
  2. Click View tab Graphics panel View Templates drop-down Apply Template Properties to Current View, or right-click and select Apply View Template.

How do I reduce 3D view in Revit?

Show or hide levels in 3D views

Click the Annotation Categories tab. In the Visibility column for Levels, select the check box to show levels in the view; clear the check box to hide them.

How do you crop a 3D view in Revit?

In the drawing area, select the crop region. Click Modify <view type> tab Crop panel (Size Crop). The Crop Region Size dialog opens. If you are modifying a crop region in a perspective 3D view, select either Field of view or Scale (locked proportions).

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Where is the crop tool in Revit?

In the drawing area, select the crop region. Click Modify <view type> tab Crop panel (Size Crop). The Crop Region Size dialog opens. If you are modifying a crop region in a perspective 3D view, select either Field of view or Scale (locked proportions).

How do I change the viewport size in Revit?

Add dimensions and text notes, pan the viewport, or change the scale of a view to accommodate project needs.

  1. Open the sheet.
  2. In the drawing area, select a view on the sheet. …
  3. Click Modify | Viewports tab Viewport panel (Activate View). …
  4. Modify the view as desired.
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