Add reinforcement marks manually
You can add marks manually to reinforcing bars and meshes in drawings.
The reinforcement marks may already exist in a drawing if you have selected to create the marks at drawing creation. If there are no marks, you can add them manually.
- Open a drawing that contains reinforcement.
- If you want to adjust the reinforcement markmark that includes a set of selected property elements related to a reinforcement
properties, do one of the following depending on whether you want to use the current reinforcement mark properties or view level reinforcement mark properties:
To adjust the current reinforcement mark properties, such as color and mark elements included, on the Drawing tab, click Properties > Reinforcement mark. Click Apply or OK in the properties dialog box.
To adjust the view level reinforcement mark properties, double-click the view frame, click Reinforcement mark in the options tree and adjust the properties. Click Modify.
- Select the reinforcement by doing one of the following:
Hold down Shift and select the desired reinforcement.
Open the Drawing content manager , and click Show to populate the Drawing content manager list. You can select areas, single or multiple views, or individual reinforcement. Then ensure that building objectobject that represents something that will exist in the real building or be closely related to it
A building object is always created in a model, but it is also represented as a drawing object in a drawing in which its properties can be modified.
selection is active , and select the desired reinforcement from the list.
- Right-click and select Add Mark , and select Using applied mark properties to use the current reinforcement mark properties, or Using view properties to use the view level reinforcement mark properties.
The reinforcement marks are created.
Note that if you have not added any elements in the reinforcement mark properties before adding the reinforcement marks, the properties dialog will be displayed.