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Copying Legends to Multiple Sheets in Autodesk Revit 2020
Here's how to use this new feature in Revit to copy and view legends across multiple sheets.
Watch Connor demonstrate how to copy legends from one sheet to another in Revit using this new feature.
Legends are a unique in the sense that they are the only view types you can copy to multiple sheets.
To start, click and drag the legend file from your project browser to the sheet you have displayed (the title will automatically pull in).
Select your view and in the Properties, under the Type Selector, select the title.
Next, select the view and click on Copy to Clipboard
Afterwards, click on the Aligned to Selected Views option under the paste drop-down.
With that, select the different sheets you want to copy to.
On opening the new sheets, you would see that the legend is in the same place it was originally dragged to on the first sheet.
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