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Use Standard Color Schemes in Revit
Tip# 4317 By Andria Lynch On 09-Jun-2014
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Software type : Autodesk Revit
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Create area plans with the same color scheme.
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You cannot copy color schemes between area schemes in Autodesk Revit, but you can create a standard color scheme for an area scheme and store it in your template to use the Transfer Project Standards tool on the Manage tab. Before you transfer your color fill schemes, be sure to rename the original area scheme in your project so the same one will transfer.

For example, if you have an area scheme named Master Plan in your template, and are using it in your project, first rename the area scheme in your project, then use the Transfer Project Standards tool with a new project that was started from your template. You will be able to transfer that same Master Plan scheme. Just rename and transfer as many times as you need to create area plans with the same color scheme.

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