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Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 4:06:14 AM | Cleaning Up

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Hi all, In the process of learning revit I have created a stack of elements that have no relevance to the project. I have completed a project which I now would like to use the configurations from as a template when revit is opened to create a new project. I am able to purge families using the purge function how do remove items such as levels etc? I can delete the reference within the browser however, when I go to create a new level all of the deleted level names appear in the list of available names. cadjockey

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These should be listed when purging also. Remembering revit will not purge all level types as it requires at least one to remain.

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Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 9:11:24 AM | RE: Cleaning Up

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Hi Mr Spot, I was under the impression that when you purge your project it will reduce the size. I purged my project and revit doubled the the size of the project? what's the deal? cadjockey Also, there is a utility that we are currently using with autocad called 'lfd' (layer filter delete) that dramatically reduces the file size of your drawing. Usually by 80% Is there something similar for revit?

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