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Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 2:16:10 PM | One Sheet for Two Models?

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I have a project where we have it split across two models and we want to show details, elevations and sections of both models on the same sheet.  Is there a way to bring in the views from one model and show them on a sheet on the other model.  I know that i would lose the ability to use the activate view command but that is ok.  i just dont want half blank sheets because the models are split up.  Thanks


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Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 5:29:07 PM | One Sheet for Two Models?

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I think your only option is to export the details as dwgs and import them into Revit again.

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Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 7:45:09 PM | One Sheet for Two Models?

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I think tim might be right, you could also make your details drafting views, (draw lines over all the elements, filter select just the lines and text etc and cut and paste into a new drafting view) then you can cut and paste the drafting views into the other project. But Is it really that bad to have blank sheets, it might even make more sense to the contractor if each detail sheet pertains to only 1 specific building. I guess you would be wasting a little more paper...?

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