|If you want to export…||then…|
|a single view||for Export, select <Current View/Sheet Only>.|
|multiple views and sheets||for Export, select <In session view/sheet set>, and then select the views and sheets to export (see About Creating View and Sheet Sets).|
|If you want to export…||then select…|
|the instance and type properties of objects in the exported views||Element properties. For more information, see Exporting Object Data to DWF Files.|
|room and area properties separately from the geometric representation, so that individual rooms and room data can be viewed with facility management software (such as Autodesk® FMDesktop), or DWF markup software (such as Autodesk® Design Review)||Rooms and Areas in a separate boundary layer.|
|the views and omit material texture defined as part of render appearances||Texture settings for render appearances of materials.
This option only applies to 3D DWF export. For 2D DWF export, the model in Realistic view mode will be rasterized when exported to DWF regardless of this setting.
For more information, see Change the Appearance of a Material.
|If you want to export images…||then select…|
|as PNG files||Use standard format|
|using a compressed JPG format||Use compressed raster format (Selecting a low setting for Image Quality reduces image file size in most cases.)|
The Print Setup Name displays the name of the current Revit DWF Exporter settings. Click the Print Setup button to modify settings. See Print Setup Dialog.
Revit exports the selected views and sheets to DWF files and places them in the target folder.