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Fri, Nov 6, 2015 at 11:22:07 AM | why my levels have associated to objects,

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I am having an issue where if i delete a level that i have created who have seem to have assocaited with other components in the project and so get deleted also along witht the level. how can i delete the level only and or disassociate it with the other components in the project.

 

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Fri, Nov 6, 2015 at 1:20:05 PM | why my levels have associated to objects,

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There are many objects in Revit that may be associated with levels.  You would have to re-host each one before deleting that level.   So obviously, levels should be well though out ahead of time.

 

What you can do,

  • Hide that level in views
  • Put the level in a workset that is off in all views.

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