Where is the revision cloud in Revit?

Click Annotate tab Detail panel (Revision Cloud). Revit enters sketch mode. On the Tools panel, click one of the draw tools. In the drawing area, place the cursor near the part of the view that has changed and draw the cloud to encompass the changed area.

Why do my revision clouds disappear in Revit?

The reason that the Revit Revision Box is non editable / greyed out on the sheet is because there is a cloud or series of clouds on the sheet that are not visible. To resolve this, go to the Manage Tab → Additional Settings → Sheet Issues / Revisions.

How do you install a revision cloud?

To Insert a Revision Cloud in the Drawing

  1. Select a revision cloud tool on a tool palette. …
  2. Specify the first point of the cloud shape in the drawing area. …
  3. Specify the cloud shape, and click once when the cloud is closed. …
  4. Enter the text you want displayed in the tag, and click OK.

How do you delete a revision cloud in Revit?

Remove a revision and all of the revision’s associated clouds and tags from the project.

Delete Revisions

  1. Click View tab Sheet Composition panel (Sheet Issues/Revisions).
  2. Click the sequence number for the revision you wish to delete. …
  3. Click Delete.
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How do I add a revision cloud in Revit?

Add a Revision Cloud

  1. In the project, open a view in which you want to indicate changes. …
  2. Click Annotate tab Detail panel (Revision Cloud). …
  3. On the Tools panel, click one of the draw tools.
  4. In the drawing area, place the cursor near the part of the view that has changed and draw the cloud to encompass the changed area.

How do you edit revision clouds in Revit?

Click Modify | Revision Clouds tab Mode panel (Edit Sketch).

  1. In the project, click Manage tab Settings panel (Object Styles).
  2. Click the Annotation Objects tab.
  3. For Revision Clouds, change the values for Line Weight, Line Color, and Line Pattern.
  4. Click OK. These changes apply to all revision clouds in the project.

How do you merge revisions in Revit?

Merge Revisions

  1. In the project, click View tab Sheet Composition panel (Sheet Issues/Revisions).
  2. In the Sheet Issues/Revisions dialog, click the sequence number for the revision to merge with another. …
  3. To merge the selected revision with the one above or below it in the list, under Row, click Merge Up or Merge Down.

How do you tag revision clouds in Autocad?

To Add Revision Tags to a Drawing

  1. On the ribbon, click Annotate tab Table panel Revision Tag .
  2. If a revision table exists in the drawing or on the drawing sheet, continue with step 3. …
  3. In the graphics window, click to pick the location for the revision tag. …
  4. Right-click, and then select Continue from the menu.

How do I edit a revision cloud in Autocad?

To Change the Default Value for Arc Lengths in a Revision Cloud

  1. Click Home tab Draw panel Revision Cloud drop-down. …
  2. In the drawing area, right-click and choose the Arc length option.
  3. Enter a new approximate chord length for the revision cloud arcs.
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How do revision clouds work in Revit?

When you add a revision cloud to a view, by default Revit assigns the most recent revision to the cloud. If needed, you can assign a different revision to the cloud. You can assign one revision to each cloud, or assign the same revision to multiple clouds. Change the boundaries and appearance of a revision cloud.

Can you schedule revision clouds in Revit?

By default, the revision schedule on a sheet lists the revisions relating to revision clouds in the views of the sheet. If desired, you can list additional revisions on the revision schedule.

How do I change the revision cloud number in Revit?

Specify Revision Cloud Numbering by Project or by Sheet

  1. In the project, click View tab Sheet Composition panel (Sheet Issues/Revisions).
  2. In the Sheet Issues/Revisions dialog, for Numbering, select the revision numbering method for clouds on a sheet: Per Project or Per Sheet.
  3. Click OK.