Panel schedules in Revit MEP 2012 are more powerful than before -
- you can tell the circuit table to use either load or current as the value in the table (amps vs. vA);
- you can can now tell the schedule to place as many rows as you have circuits assigned in the general circuit settings;
- you can freeze the size of the row or column so that the schedules are consistent sized when placed on a sheet;
- you can also go to electrical settings and change the general settings for capitalizing the load names.
But here's the part we don't always teach - how do I apply these changes to the panel schedules I already have?
Simple - on the manage tab, choose Panel Schedule Templates, and then pick Manage Templates. On this tab, pick the Apply Templates tab.
So tweak the daylights out of your templates until you get them looking and running the way you want!
later - David B.