Placeholder sheets in Revit are a great way to set up sheets that you will use in the near future, but don’t want to actually have the sheet show up in your project browser. The tricky part is there is no “placeholder sheet” tool so we will have to go through a few steps.
- Create a new project
- Create a new Sheet List by going to the View tab > Create Panel > Schedules > Sheet List
The Sheet List Properties will pop up.
- Make sure that the “Fields” tab is select and on the left side, click on Sheet Number. Hit Add –>
- Click on Sheet Name and hit Add –> again
- If your dialog box resembles the image below, hit OK
You are now in the sheet list view. Time to add some new rows to create the placeholder sheets.
- Under the Modify Sheet List tab, go to the Rows panel and click New row.
- Every time you click on new row, it will add a blank sheet to your file, and you will see the Sheet List below begin to populate
- Note that you can change the name of the drawing by clicking where it says Unnamed
When you are ready to actually use the placeholder sheets, click on New Sheet (see image above) and pick from the list of pre-made sheets.