Architectural abbreviations use frequently in construction documents and are part of drawing identification. When used with Revit Keynotes, Tag, and Schedules, they can save a lot of Sheet space. The list includes 370 of the most widely used abbreviations in the AEC industry.
Text can become very cumbersome and frustrating in Revit, particularly when changing large correlated blocks of text that need to align. A better method is to use a Revit Schedule to prepare and control large blocks of text. These are Key Schedules and they offer a perfect solution to this problem.
Like Component Schedule, Key Schedules resize and split and into separate columns which are useful. They also Place on multiple Sheets.
Instructions for use
Adding them to your Project is as simple as using Copy to Clipboard then Pasting them into your Project.