One of the main features of CCpdf 2020 includes automatic selection of sheet size. This function will make sure that your printed sheets paper sizes will always correspond to the sheet dimensions in Autodesk® Revit® and also that a scale used in a view will be preserved.
Another major feature allows you to merge all selected sheets into a single .pdf document.
"Options, Appearance and Hidden Line Views - Remove Lines Using" are settings taken from a standard Revit printing dialog window.
Custom filenames solution allows you to compose filenames from an optional text and parameters available in the project. Available sheet parameters as well as "Project Information" parameters can be added from a scroll menu that will show up after clicking on a blue arrow symbol.
All sheets can be filtered based on parameters in a scroll menu. The value input textbox also consists of a scrolling panel that shows you values of the specified parameter for all sheets. Filtering is much easier with this additional feature.
Sheets selection is user-friendly and implements simple rules well known from basic Windows workspace. For a single selection just click on the row. For multiple selections use Ctrl + click (this will add sheets to the selection one by one) or Shift + click (which will add all sheets within the first and second selection). You can also select all by checking the main checkbox in the column header.
Collections: Use the save sheet collection button for grouping your sheets. To delete an existing collection press the delete button on your keyboard with a specified collection selected.
If you have any collections already created in your project they will be available in a CCpdf dialog. In the case of the collection contains also views those views will not be printed.
Collections in CCpdf are compatible with native Revit Print sheet collections. Any changes made in CCpdf will apply to the Revit collections.
CCpdf 2020 supports Autodesk® Revit® 2020.