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Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 4:10:37 PM | Replacing levels with ref planes or deleting excess levels

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This is our first project in Revit, I was using levels for a lot of what I should have used planes for. Now I have all these levels that I have to hide in every view created. Anyone know how to delete these our replace them as ref planes without deleting dependant model work on that level. Or to view a levels dependancies so I know how important things are and if they are easy to recreate.


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