Author: Emily Clark Revit

New to Revit 2017, you now have the ability to add subcategories to your references planes.



Assigning subcategories to your reference planes helps control visibility and graphic settings. Having different colors and linestyles for your reference planes will make it easier to distinguish the different uses for the reference planes.



View my short video, Revit 2017: Reference Plane Subcatagories, demonstrating how to add subcategories to your reference planes.

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       Emily Clark
Emily Clark
AEC Application Specialist

Emily Clark holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kansas State University, and has over 19 years of experience in the Architecture industry. Her experience includes working for a number of Architecture and Design/ Build firms in the Western United States. She has been a Project Designer, Intern Architect, BIM Manager and Design Technology Manager. She has contributed to the completion of projects ranging from high–end custom residential to Education and Healthcare design. She has worked with multiple platforms and her passion for BIM has enabled her to help transition firms and advance with technology. At Ideate, Emily provides training and support for Revit Architecture.