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- Revit MEP
When you move a space, you are moving it from one location and placing it in another location on the same building level. The space displays in floor plan and section views, and all information about the space is retained in the space component.
NoteA space that has been moved and relocated to a new location (even if the area is an unbounded area) is considered a placed space. It is not an unplaced space. Because it is considered a placed space, the moved space will not be listed in the Space list on the Options Bar. The Space list contains all unplaced spaces in the project. (The Space list displays when the Space tool is activated.)
- In the Project Browser, open a floor plan view.
- Make spaces visible, if needed.
- Place the cursor over the space, and after the reference crosshairs display, drag the space to a new location.
If you cut (CTRL+X
) a space, you are unplacing the space, not moving it. See Removing Spaces
for more information about unplacing spaces.
NoteIf the moved space is assigned to a zone, the zone connection line follows the moved space to indicate that the space is controlled by the zone.