Print views and sheets from the current model.
To streamline the printing process, you can create and save print setups for different type of print jobs. You can also create and save sets of views/sheets, so it is easy to reprint a set later.
Printed output in Revit is What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG), with a few exceptions:
- The background color for the print job is always white.
- By default, reference planes, work planes, crop boundaries, unreferenced view tags, and scope boxes do not print. To include them in the print job, in the Print Setup dialog, clear the corresponding Hide options.
- The print job includes elements that have been hidden from a view using the Temporary Hide/Isolate tool.
- Line weights modified by the Thin Lines tool print at their default line weight.