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Sun, May 4, 2008 at 12:13:09 AM | Installation Of Revit Architecture 2009

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Hi !

I have a couple questions about installing Revit Architectural Suite 2009. 

1. Will it just over write the 2008 version or do need to uninstall the 2008 version?

2. Will my 2008 Imperial Libraries and Templates be blown out when I install the 2009 Version?

3. If I copy my 2008 Imperial Libraries and Templates to another folder or memory stick will there be problems importing them into the 2009 version?

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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Sun, May 4, 2008 at 12:18:42 PM | rdekarske

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Quoting rdekarske from 2008-05-03 19:13:09

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Hi !

I have a couple questions about installing Revit Architectural Suite 2009. 

1. Will it just over write the 2008 version or do need to uninstall the 2008 version?

Revit 2009 does not overwrite previous versions

2. Will my 2008 Imperial Libraries and Templates be blown out when I install the 2009 Version?

No, they will not.

3. If I copy my 2008 Imperial Libraries and Templates to another folder or memory stick will there be problems importing them into the 2009 version?

No, but they will have to go through an upgrade process before they are used. this normally takes place automatically at the time of use. they can be batch processed.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Rick De Karske

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Mon, May 5, 2008 at 6:59:54 AM | Installation Of Revit Architecture 2009

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ditto as coreed

 

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