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Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 11:26:28 PM | Autocad text justification

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I have imported a wall section from autocad into Revit 2008, but there is a problem the next justification. I have tried doing a "save as" in autocad to difference version, but nothing seems to help. This is driving me nuts! Any thoughts?

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Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 7:36:45 AM | Autocad text justification

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try to export the file into cad formats than save in autocad may be this can help u.

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Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 12:20:18 PM | chiragpklg

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Quoting chiragpklg from 2008-04-08 02:36:45

"try to export the file into cad formats than save in autocad may be this can help u."

? the wall section started in autocad dwg. export what file? 

 


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Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 12:45:04 PM | Autocad text justification

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Imported / exploded AutoCAD files can be memory hogs so be carful and don't use them unless you clean them up first.  If you plan on exploding the file, then in AutoCAD, you want to delete all all arrow heads, leaders, hatches and polylines that may have small arcs. 

 

I also like to put all lines of the same type on seperate layers reducing my layers to just a one or two.  When you explode the file, REVIT will create new linetypes named by layer.   You can then delete that linetype and all of the lines will become thin lines which you can then pick and assign to other types as needed.

 

All of your text will come in as individual lines of text.  I like to copy paste multiple lines back together to make single REVIT text entities which you can then add leaders to and formate L/M/R as appropriate.

 

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