How Can I annotate only new walls in my drawing view model? If "Wall" is selected as a Rule in Reference Presentation Architectural tab, it will annotate all walls in the file which is not desired.
Only new walls should be annotated.
The best way to annotate select walls in a drawing view model is to use Drawing Rules by Criteria Set. You can select the walls by level and only those levels selected will be annotated in the drawing view model.Once a dynamic view is created, the drawing rules are exposed in the View Attributes dialog box, Building Panel Architecture tab.The names of the drawing rule tabs correspond to the applications that are running. In this section the “Architecture” tab is discussed, since this help is native to Architectural Building Designer.Currently, there are two types of criteria that can be used in an Architectural Drawing Rule. They are Building Elements (DataGroup) and Criteria Set.
Building Element (DataGroup) relies upon the Building element that is defined in the rule. For example, if a rule focuses on doors, then the rule is applied to all doors when the Building Element (DataGroup) criteria is set.Criteria Set utilizes the Select by Attributes utility. This option can be used to generate criteria based on the datagroup system, datagroup attributes, and Building properties (including family and part).If you select this option, the Criteria Name and Criteria File settings options become available in the Apply Drawing Rules dialog box. If the criteria is created and saved using Select by Attributes, the designer can select it by browsing to the criteria file to select the criteria name from a list.