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    What sheet is my schedule on?!

    Hey guys,

    Wondering how I can tell what sheet my schedule is on?

    The Sheet Name/Sheet Number parameters are absent from the properties window. I assume this is intentional, but I was hoping there was a work-around.

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    They are absent because schedules can be put on multiple sheets.

    Not sure of a way to tell what sheet it's on, though. View lists don't list schedules that I know of.

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    You can create a new browser type to group based on scale. If, and only if, the schedule is the only thing on the sheet then you should find all your sheets with schedules indicated under the ??? heading. Unfortunately if there are any other views (plans, elevations, etc) then their view scales will be the group heading. (See the attached image)
    Not sure if any of the third party tools do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jj Mac View Post
    Hey guys,

    Wondering how I can tell what sheet my schedule is on?

    The Sheet Name/Sheet Number parameters are absent from the properties window. I assume this is intentional, but I was hoping there was a work-around.

    go to your schedules in the project browser right click and click on search; type the name of the schedule and it will find all the places in the browser that the schedule is at. stop clicking next when you see that it is found under the sheet it is on.

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