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Thu, Apr 6, 2006 at 4:25:58 PM | Exporting/saving Families

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Heres a question, I have a project file that i got from a client and it has many families in it, like wall types, doors, windows, fixtures. This client is our on go client and do alot other projects for them. I need to be able to export/ save the families inside this file to a subfolder, to be able to insert into a new project. How can you do that, with out doing them individualy? can you do this globally? Thanks everyone, James

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Thu, Apr 6, 2006 at 4:32:18 PM | RE: Exporting/saving Families

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File>Save to Library>Family Should work just fine for you. Tom

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Thu, Apr 6, 2006 at 4:50:37 PM | RE: Exporting/saving Families

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I just tied File>save to library>Family All it does is save one at a time. I have to many of them to do. Is there a way to save the Family group as a whole? Here is a small list of the families that i need in another project. Thanks for the info, James, P.S. i am using revit 8.1

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Thu, Apr 6, 2006 at 5:49:14 PM | RE: Exporting/saving Families

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Quickest method would be to use the project browser on the left, scroll down to your families section. Pick each family you'd with to save out (unfortunately one at a time) and right click and pick save family. This should be relatively quick to do a list of families.

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