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Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 11:02:56 AM | Saving to older versions

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Is it true that revit can not save back to older versions?  If one person on the project team goes to a newer version that would force everyone else to buy the newer version.  Why would AutoDesk do that, seems like a ganster tactic in forcing people to keep upgrading.

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Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 11:35:35 AM | Saving to older versions

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read the HUNDREDS of other posts on this already you must not of even tried searching this form for the answer to your question!

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Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 12:04:12 PM | AlexDring

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Quoting AlexDring from 2008-07-10 11:02:56

"Is it true that revit can not save back to older versions?  If one person on the project team goes to a newer version that would force everyone else to buy the newer version.  Why would AutoDesk do that, seems like a ganster tactic in forcing people to keep upgrading."

it's not Autodesk, it's the market place and the continuing advancement in BIM technology/interoperabilty that make it unfeasable to support previous versions. but to answer your question, yes it it true.

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