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Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 3:46:47 PM | Changing Associated Level

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I am working on a project with 4 different levels within 1' due to existing conditions on a large building. The problem I am having is that some wall hosted families are associating with the wrong level and the level is greyed out in the element properties. I know I can just move some of the elements one at a time but would like to be able to change the associated level in element properties for a lot of elements at once. Does anyone have a work around for this?

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