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Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 5:55:04 PM | Is it possible for Students using a Student copy of Revit to work on a project?

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Hi, my name is Todd or you can call me Trooer, we are working on a group project at school designing a building.

The problem is we have several people and we need to work on the project at the same time, adding our bits to a "Master file".  Can this be done?  Can several people work on a project without the computers being net worked together and several of us having Student copies of Revit to work on?  If you could point us in the right direction it'd be great.

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We all have the same version, 2015 (all but one, he has version 2014).


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Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 6:09:51 PM | Is it possible for Students using a Student copy of Revit to work on a project?

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You can work at risk but this may be too complicated for students.   Read about it here.


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Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 11:48:10 AM | Is it possible for Students using a Student copy of Revit to work on a project?

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Thanks for the heads up on file sharing to do work.  Sorry for getting back to this so late. 

I had seen your reply earlier and followed the link read it and then moved on to other things I had to do.

Doesn't sound like it is even easy to do with a networked system, let alone individual systems.

Problem with being a student is you are learning alot of hype about how programs work.

Thanks so much for pointing me in the right direction.


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Fri, Mar 13, 2020 at 3:20:13 PM | Is it possible for Students using a Student copy of Revit to work on a project?

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I also had this question, but then I did not find a solution for it.



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Fri, Mar 13, 2020 at 3:47:57 PM | Is it possible for Students using a Student copy of Revit to work on a project?

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The answer is you MUST NOT use a student copy on an office project.  The student copy will watermark the main file and it can not be removed.


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