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Tue, Jun 8, 2004 at 10:29:46 PM | Drawing templates

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I am a new user converting from ADT over to Revit 6.1. I have border templates for all my clients that of course have all the layers and such based primarily on the ADT imperial template. I would like to get these same templates into Revit, but up to now have not figured out how to accomplish this. I have searched the various tutorials in Revit and on the Autodesk site, but cannot find one that pretty much gives you the steps to do this. If anyone can steer me in the right direction I would appreciate it. I am very excited about using Revit in my design business and am looking forward to the productivity gains I feel it will produce. Daryl Stockton

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Thu, Jun 10, 2004 at 6:24:40 PM | RE: Drawing templates

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I HAD TO MAKE NEW TEMPLATES IN REVIT. I DIDN'T HAVE ANY LUCK WITH TRYING TO TRANFER THEM OVER. THE REASON BEING REVIT DOESN'T WORK WITH LAYERS , RATHER VIEW VISIBILITY (VV). BY TURNING OF ELEMENTS OF THE DRAWINGS RATHER THAN LAYERS

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Thu, Jun 10, 2004 at 6:36:55 PM | RE: Drawing templates

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Thanks Bim Man, I had a feeling the ADT templates would not act right, mainly because of the layers.

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Thu, Jun 10, 2004 at 6:41:36 PM | RE: Drawing templates

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THEY BIGGEST HURDLE IS TAKING THAT FIRST JUMP INTO REVIT, GIVING UP WHAT YOU HAVE DONE SO MUCH IN THE PAST WITH FORMER PROGRAMS. BUT WHEN YOU DO YOU WILL LOOK BACK AND BE GLAD YOU DID. REVIT STILL HAS SOME LITTLE QUIRKS HAT NEED FIXED OR ADDED BUT IT IS SO FAR AHEAD OF ANYTHING ELSE. I LOVE THE EASE OF MODELING AND EDITING, NOT HAVING WORRY ABOUT DID I FIX THAT SECTION VIEW ARE MY SECTIONS LABELED TO THE CORRECT PAGE AND THE BIGGEST DID I ADD THAT WINDOW TO MY SCHEDULE. THESE ARE QUESTION YOU WILL NEVER HAVE TO WOORY ABOUT

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