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Thu, May 28, 2009 at 6:58:19 PM | How to create a template from an existing project that has worksharing enabled?

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I am told this cant be done, even Revit errors say it cant be done.

Is there a way to turn off worksharing to allow me to save as a template file?

I tried this through the local Revit file.  Would the same error happen if done through the central file?

 


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Thu, May 28, 2009 at 7:45:39 PM | How to create a template from an existing project that has worksharing enabled?

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Look in your HELP using for the search "transfer".   You can accomplish most of what you want with this.

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Thu, May 28, 2009 at 8:10:49 PM | How to create a template from an existing project that has worksharing enabled?

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Thanks, I did that.  The problem is that allot of stuff in the project browser didnt come over, like the views and the pipe types, and families.  I remade the views.  The families are allot more work to import all of them used on the previous job, but I can do that, but what I dont know how to do is transfer the pipe types.  It shows up in the system browser under families, but is not a family.  I have 13 pipe types.  Do those have to be created?  There may be more missing, I dont know yet.  I keep finding more stuff as I go.

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Thu, May 28, 2009 at 8:17:15 PM | How to create a template from an existing project that has worksharing enabled?

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For transfering some families, I just copy a group of them from one model and paste them in the other.  I unclude hosts if I have to.  Then after they are pasted, I delete them all and now I still have the families.

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Thu, May 28, 2009 at 8:48:18 PM | How to create a template from an existing project that has worksharing enabled?

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+1 to wwhub. I do it the same way.

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