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Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 5:35:47 AM | From Revit Architecture 2008 to Revit Architecture 2009

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When i installed Revit 2008 last year its was a clean install and we had yet to start using revit. I have been usning revit for a year and have recieved the uprage to 2009 sometime ago and am going to install it. This will be my first time upgrading from a prevous revit version. Could you suggest the best workflow for upgrading and what has to be up graded? Familes? Teplates ? etc. Thanks for your help.

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Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 12:38:26 PM | From Revit Architecture 2008 to Revit Architecture 2009

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Well there are a few things that you need to consider but I'll list them as I go along.

 

1.You will need to upgrade all you family file so it wont give you the upgrade message everytime and waste you time in the future. Autodesk provides a program that will upgrade them for you which should be on your CD.

2.Your Template will need to be relooked at. The simple reason being that as there will be new versions and new feratures you can utilize it makes sense to relook at your template and your workflow just to make it that more simplified or find a different process since a tool has been changed. eg. Rendering.

3.You will need to make sure that your projects are upgraded correctly because revit will have some problems witht he upgrade process because of the new features. I suggest you do an Audit on the file just so that it keeps it clean in the long term.

Hope this helps. Smile


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Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 10:33:01 PM | From Revit Architecture 2008 to Revit Architecture 2009

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Thanks heaps. That helps.

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