Go to Solution. VG > Lines > expand and untick Area Boundary.
How do I hide boundaries in Revit?
Control the Visibility of Room Separation Lines
- Open a plan view or 3D view.
- Click View tab Graphics panel (Visibility/Graphics).
- Click the Model Categories tab.
- In the Visibility column, expand the Lines group.
- Select or clear
- Click OK.
How do you show area boundary lines in Revit?
Area plan views are listed in the Project Browser under Area Plans. See Area Plans. Click Architecture tab Room & Area panel Area drop-down (Area Boundary Line). Draw or pick the area boundaries.
How do you change area boundaries in Revit?
Change the Room Area Boundary Location
- Click Architecture tab Room & Area panel drop-down (Area and Volume Computations).
- On the Computations tab of the Area and Volume Computations dialog, for Room Area Computation, select one of the following options: …
- Click OK.
What is area boundary?
countable noun. The boundary of an area of land is an imaginary line that separates it from other areas.
How do you create a property line in Revit?
Open a site plan view. Click Massing & Site tab Modify Site panel (Property Line).
Create Property Lines
- In the Create Property Line dialog, select Create by sketching.
- Click (Pick Lines) or other sketch tools to sketch lines.
- Sketch the property lines. Lines should form a closed loop.
Where is area plan Revit?
Click Architecture tab Room & Area panel Area drop-down (Area Plan). In the New Area Plan dialog, for Type, select an area scheme. Select a level for the area plan view. If you select more than one level, Revit creates a separate area plan for each level and groups them by area scheme in the Project Browser.
How do you find the gross floor area in Revit?
From the Revit Architecture ribbon, select Home/Area Plan. Area Plans will appear in their own “Area Plans (Gross Building)” section of the Revit Project Browser. In the New Area Plan dialog, select “Gross Building” from the top drop-down list, and then select the level that you want this Area Plan to be associated to.