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Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 4:58:11 PM | Manage Revit Links - Oragnization

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Am I missing it?  Is there NO way to customize this screen (SEE ATTACHED)?

1. I cannot view the enitre path where CAD files have been linked.

2. I cannot organize by view name or have the menu "recall" the column widths.

I have so many views all over the place and This is killing me.  How is everyone tracking their views? EXCEL: name, sheet, description, locations, dates, revisions...

Just asking fo rthoughts and ideas...if you are willing to share.

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Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 5:10:46 PM | Manage Revit Links - Oragnization

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Your can not re-order this list

You can drag the window out and adjust the cell sizes.


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Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 10:30:55 PM | Manage Revit Links - Oragnization

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Thank you WWHUB for your reply.  I found that out...the problem is my file path is too long to fit in the location cell...so I cannot find out where the file actuall is.

I really with that when you clicked on the CAD link in the model, there was an option for reload / reload from that would automatically browse to the folder where the file was stored...Same with loading families.

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Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 1:08:49 PM | Manage Revit Links - Oragnization

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If you have to, you can drag that path cell to almost full screen width collapsing other cells.... if you still cant see the path, I suggest you rethink your folders.

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