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Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 7:12:50 PM | Can't get grouped walls to attach to floor over multiple levels.

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I was wondering if anyone had a trick for this.  I have grouped a typical core layout which obviously occurs at multiple floor levels, but if I attach the walls in this group to a particular floor all of the other groups don't automatically update. Is there a way to attach grouped walls to the floor above?  I'm on Revit Architecture 2009.  Thanks!


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