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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 6:26:08 PM | Exporting to AutoCAD from Revit 2009




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When I export a CAD drawing out of Revit 2009, the dimension style gets altered in the CAD drawing.  The location of the dimension will move, the orientation of the dimensions will change, the text style and size will change, all making the dimensions in the CAD file unreadable.  I then have to go into the CAD drawing and fix all of the dimensions so it is readable and looks like the Revit drawing.  Anyone know why this is happening or how to avoid it?  When you would export in earlier versions of Revit, The CAD drawing would look identical to the Revit drawing.  Why the change?  I would back save the Revit file and export it out of 2008, but Revit still does not have a back save option.  I am getting sick of having to edit CAD drawings after exporting them, so if anyone knows how to solve this problem I would really appreciate the help.  Thanks in advance!

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