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Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 8:33:03 PM | Is There a Way To Use Typical Sheets Between Projects

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My firm has a contract with a hotel chain.  Each of the them have the same layout for a guest room (say king).  We have a sheet for each type of room  with a floor plan, furniture plan, ceiling plan and elevations.  These plans and elevations are dimensions and the furniture and finishes are tagged.  We have created model groups of the rooms which can be imported into projects.  Is there any way to export the group with the annotation and dimensions included to reduce the time of setting up each of these sheets (which can be time consuming)?  Thanks in advance.

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Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 9:26:16 PM | Is There a Way To Use Typical Sheets Between Projects

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I think I understand what you are getting at.  Can you create a template (.rte file) with the iinformation in it.  Then when you start a new project the info is already there. 

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Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 9:27:07 PM | Is There a Way To Use Typical Sheets Between Projects

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Yeah, go to "File-Save to Library-Save Group", then in the other proj. "File-Load from Library-Load Group"

 

 


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Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 11:52:49 AM | Is There a Way To Use Typical Sheets Between Projects

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Well that's sort of what I'm talking about.  I'm more interested in bringing a element (floor plan) into another project with detailing (furniture tags, notes and dims.)  Thanks for the replys

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Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 12:40:31 PM | Is There a Way To Use Typical Sheets Between Projects

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You are asking about 2d & 3d elements.  2D elements are view specific.  To import these together, use copy/paste from project to project.  It is smart to place these in the right location while they are grouped together and still colored red.  While in that mode, you can rotate - move and even mirror the entire group of objects.  After accepting placement, you will find that some objects can not be move in certain directions without disassociating items and then they will be deleted.

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