How do I turn off filled regions in Revit?

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 you unhide a filled area in Revit?

Select Ribbon View>Graphics>Visibility/Graphics or type VG. Now on the Model Categories (Tab) scroll down to Detail Items and click it back on.

What is a filled region?

The Filled Region tool creates a 2-dimensional, view-specific graphic with a boundary line style and fill pattern within the closed boundary. … Model fill patterns are based on the actual dimensions in the building model. A filled region created for a detail view is part of the Detail Items category.

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.

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.
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How do I find my plan regions in Revit?

Click View tab Graphics panel (Visibility/Graphics). In the Visibility/Graphics dialog, click the Annotation Categories tab. Scroll to the Plan Region category. Select or clear the check box to show or hide the plan region.

What is a plan region?

A plan region defines a cut plane at a different height than the cut plane that is used for the rest of the view. Plan regions are useful for split level plans or for displaying inserts above or below the cut plane. Plan regions are closed sketches and cannot overlap each other. They can have coincident edges.

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