Scenario: You have an (original) plan view with some detail callouts. Then you have a duplicated view with some detail callouts on it. Now you want to move all the detail callouts from the duplicated view to the original plan view and delete the duplicated view.
The easiest is to cut and paste the callouts. However, this does not bring the detail elements added to the detail views like dims, annotation, etc. So, not an option.
- Select the callout detail tag in the duplicated view and go to its properties and change the 'Show in' parameter to 'intersecting views'.
(This makes the detail callout tags visible in the original plan view and if you don't want to delete the duplicated view, you don't have to do anything else!)
- If you try to delete the duplicated view, the detail callouts that were created on the duplicated view will get deleted too.
- To be able to delete the duplicated view, without deleting the detail callouts, select the callout detail tag and go to its properties and change the 'Parent View' parameter to 'none'
Now the detail callout should be visible in the original view and Revit will allow you to delete the duplicated view without deleting the details. This works only for the detail callouts.
You need to employ a different strategy to move Floor Plan Callouts to another view.