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Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 9:45:14 AM | Exporting multiple 3D views

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Does anybody know how to export multiple 3D views from a sheet at the same time without losing their placement?  

 

I received a file that's full of live 3D views that is completely useless for my project.  I'd rather not spend upwards of 8 hours rebuilding all of those views.

 

This is in Revit 2013


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Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 3:26:16 PM | Exporting multiple 3D views

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By export, what do you mean?

Plotting/printing is not exporting.

Export to CAD - Just export the sheet.

Export to jpg? Has to be done from the individual view.


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Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 3:35:46 PM | Exporting multiple 3D views

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Exporting to AutoCAD without losing the placement of the 3D views.  They're all placed together with text and arrows going all over the place.  It's really as poor of a setup as possible but we have to use it over and over again.  The old client driven do-it-this-way-or-else nonsense

 


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Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 9:08:22 PM | Exporting multiple 3D views

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As my known, you must install PDF CREATOR ( ploter). You can export anything by select and combine to 1 pdf file.

Try it.

 


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