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Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 3:55:23 PM | Managing Links

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mstanhall


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Hi.

I just started a new job, and I've been assigned to an existing Revit project. I am trying to consolidate 4 linked files into one file. The links are individual components of the same building- much like worksets. I have just been tasked with completing this project, and the model is a mess- full of circular links, no worksets, and other wierd things. It's impossible to get anything done, because everything is in a separate file (core, structure, skin, site, base building). The building is only 50,000 SF.

Short of copying one entire file, and pasting it in the other (which it won't let me do because of the circular links), is there any other way to get all of my information in one file, and then set everything up on worksets like it should have been done from the beginning?

Thanks!

Micah

 

 


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Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 4:48:23 PM | Managing Links

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You can bind it in.  Read "Converting Linked Revit Models to Groups" in your help.  Once grouped, you can always un-group.

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