With the "Apply" commands you can write the changes you made in Tables (or any other xlsx-based spreadsheet program when its a Tables generated xlsx-file) back into your Revit model.
Writing changes in Tables back to Revit using "Apply" commands
If you click the upper part of the button - exactly on the green tick - all changes you made in the active table will be written back to your current Revit model
If you click on the small arrow at the bottom of the button, another drop-down menu opens with the following commands:
- Apply Changes to the current Spreadsheet:
same as the main command: All changes to the active table will be written back to the current Revit model
- Apply Changes to selected Rows:
Only the changes of the currently selected rows (=Revit elements) will be written back into the current Revit model
- Apply Changes to selected Columns:
Only the changes of the currently selected columns (=parameters) will be written back to the current Revit model
- Apply Changes to All Spreadsheets:
If you have several Tables spreadsheets in your xlsx workbook, you can write all changes in your spreadsheets back into your Revit project with just one, well two click ;)
Once again: Reload or Refresh: Importing data from Revit to Tables
Apply: Writing back the Tables changes into your Revit model
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