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    Question How to do a Zoning Analysis Table correct way?

    In the past, I created a drafting view and manually drew a table using detail lines - 5 columns and 10 rows and infilled the info (lot area, frontage, setbacks, etc vs required, existing, proposed and compliance). Then, I pulled this drafting view over into a sheet view.
    Is there a better or a correct way to do this using Schedule tool or something else, even though information is not directly linked to model?

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    You can do it in the header portion of a schedule or a annotation family (think block with attributes). The schedule portion is described in a blog post of mine that references another by Autodesk. I have another blog post about the annotation approach too.

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    Thanks, Steve. Works great. You area genius!

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