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Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 11:09:49 AM | exporting sheet to autocad

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yonatanst


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Hi everyone,

when i export a sheet with several floor plans, sections and elevation of the same building to autocad, I get a dwg file with the sheet's annotation in layout and and all the drawings are in viewports, which is great, but the problem is that all the plans are one on top of the other in every viewport.

is there a way to see the sheet in autocad as it is in revit - every floor plan in its view port?

thank you very much,

Y.S.


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