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Sun, May 3, 2009 at 4:28:04 PM | 2010 to 2009 compatibility



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As an Admin, I have different menus then you have so I can not tell if you haave the ability to edit your gallery images.  I know that you can edit your own posts.  If you can not edit your image but wish to remove it, you can send an email to revitcity that has your username and a link to the object.


Your subscription is for support.  As far as I know, you own the software, you don't lease it.

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Sun, May 3, 2009 at 4:34:15 PM | 2010 to 2009 compatibility



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You can edit and remove your images...


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I Hope and I Wish to LEARN  more, and more, and more.... REVIT

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Mon, May 4, 2009 at 7:44:03 AM | 2010 to 2009 compatibility



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it worked

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Mon, May 4, 2009 at 10:44:04 PM | 2010 to 2009 compatibility




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I hope this will make everyone happy, as subscription members you are allowed to use 3 versions of Revit and have them on the same computer. At my current employer we bought Revit at Release 2009, We started working on a project that the Architect is using Revit 2008 and has told us they will not be upgrading. We inquired about how to get Revit 2008 and were told by our reseller that we are allowed to have the current version and the 2 previos versions of Revit on our computers and can any version we want to. This being said if your consultants don't want to upgrade the project, and I can understand why (that is another conversion about the upgradability of large projects), then don't uninstall the previous version of Revit when the new version comes out. If you need to install the previous versions, and you don't have the DVDs, you can download them from the subscription center.

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Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 11:59:37 AM | 2010 to 2009 compatibility




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and i love that i was so excited about having a new program that i opened up my latest project saved it a couple of times found out i couldn't modify mass profiles like in 2009 and low and behold i'm stuck with 2010. Changing a mass profile means deleting it and starting again. Wow! Thanks revit!

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Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 1:34:18 AM | 2010 to 2009 compatibility




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Yes but one has to export the Revit 10 as a IFC. Explore the IFC options dialog box. In this box there are

dozens of materials or creteria you change from "do not export" to "export". My gut hunch is that 2010 rendering

set ups do not go over completely to 09. ALso one can export a revit 10 as a acis file and open it up in Revit 09.

I have revit 08 and I am upgrading to 2010, its supposed to be the next level in higher level BIM.

Here is some of my recent 08 work. I am in San Diego and always looking for full time work or anything

else. If your in San Diego look me up. We could have a cold one or hang out at the beach and watch the

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