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Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 7:46:54 PM | Setting default linking position to "auto - origin to origin"

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cjwalker


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I am using Revit 2011 and linking revit files and AutoCAD files into my working drawing. Whenever I choose to Link Revit or Link CAD, the default Positioning is set to "Auto - Center to Center". I always want ""auto - origin to origin", so every time I have to pulldown this option menu and select "auto - origin to origin".

 

Is there any way to set this as my default so I do not have to pull down the option every time?

 

Thanks!

 

---CJ


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