How do you hide filled regions in Revit?

What is filled region in Revit?

The Filled Region tool creates a 2-dimensional, view-specific graphic with a boundary line style and fill pattern within the closed boundary. The tool is useful for defining a filled area in a detail view or for adding a filled region to an annotation family. The filled region is parallel to the view’s sketch plane.

How do you turn on filled regions in Revit?

Create a Filled Region

  1. Click Annotate tab Detail panel Region drop-down (Filled Region).
  2. Click Modify | Create Filled Region Boundary tab Line Style panel, and select a boundary line style from the Line Styles drop-down.
  3. Sketch the region using the sketch tools on the Draw panel.

How do I edit a filled region?

Select the filled region in the drawing area. Click Modify | Detail Items tab Properties panel (Type Properties).



Work with Filled Regions

  1. Select the filled region in the drawing area. …
  2. Click to select the shape handle.
  3. Drag the handles to resize the region.

How do you create a shared parameter in Revit?

Click Manage tab Settings panel (Project Parameters). In the Project Parameters dialog, click Add. In the Parameter Properties dialog, under Parameter Type, select Shared parameter, and click Select. In the Shared Parameters dialog, select the appropriate parameter from the appropriate parameter group, and click OK.

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How do you change a filled region pattern in Revit?

Edit a Fill Pattern

  1. Click Manage tab Settings Panel Additional Settings drop-down Fill Patterns.
  2. In the Fill Patterns dialog, for Pattern Type, select Drafting or Model, and then select the fill pattern to edit. …
  3. Click (Edit fill pattern). …
  4. To edit the pattern, follow the instructions in Create a Simple Fill Pattern.

How do you use plan regions in Revit?

Create a Plan Region

  1. Open a plan view.
  2. Click View tab Create panel Plan Views drop-down (Plan Region).
  3. Sketch a closed loop using lines, rectangles, or polygons.
  4. On the Properties palette, for View Range, click Edit.
  5. In the View Range dialog, specify the primary range and view depth.
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