Microsoft Office Importer Features:
- Supports Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and PDFs
- Pastes Excel spreadsheets as schedules
- Can import data into sheets
- Can import data into drafting views
- Can import data into legends
- Can spread imports over multiple columns in your Revit project for the best fit inside your border
- Interactively splits large pastes into multiple pages or columns for the best fit inside borders
- Automatically repeats header rows at the top of each column
- Can be set to automatically update the imported data whenever your Revit project is opened
- Can show you a list of all links in your current Revit project
- Updates multiple user-defined links at once
- Supports superscripts and subscripts
- Pastes data as real Revit objects (such as text notes, lines, and detail groups)
- Minimal file size impact (doesn’t bloat your Revit project files)
- Allows you to control text size as an import option
- Supports absolute paths
- Supports relative paths
- Supports Excel functions (displaying their output in Revit)
- Easy enough that any Revit user can use it with five minutes of training
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How To Have Perfectly Maintained Standards
Beyond easy imports with great formatting, Microsoft Office Importer gives you complete control over your project standards. You control elements such as font size, column width, and row height, while Microsoft Office Importer takes care of the hundreds of other details that can often go wrong when trying to import data without it.
Easy imports, beautiful formatting, and linked data are all yours with one remarkable tool: Microsoft Office Importer.