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Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 12:15:31 PM | New guy - initially exploring collaborating remotely with large Revit projects

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jameskatz


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I have been poking around the Revit City forums and I am glad there is such a strong community of people willing to support each other.  I have found that Revit is a little like the wild West of CAD.  Lots of best practices are far from being agreed upon.

My first question will be about how others are sharing large Revit models with their consultants, contractors, and others...  The workflow, the hardware, the head aches. ?

I will make this posting in anther area of the forum.

Hello from another new guy.

 James


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Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 1:57:05 PM | New guy - initially exploring collaborating remotely with large Revit projects

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Wild West ? you can add the 3 other directions also.

Maybe some of this info from AU 2007 may be of interest to yu

Welcome Aboard!!



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