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Mon, Apr 17, 2006 at 11:25:27 PM | Using standardized detail sheets

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I've got several small projects that are very similar and I'd like to use the same sheets of details in each of them. The details I am using are old AutoCAD details I've imported into drafting views. I'd like to not have to copy all the linework out of each drafting view into a new drafting view in the next project. Is there a way to copy sheets from one project to another and have the views carry over? If that doesn't work, can I somehow copy all the drafting views from one project to another? Doing it the long way on all of these might just kill me!

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Tue, Apr 18, 2006 at 6:23:14 AM | RE: Using standardized detail sheets

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Tue, Apr 18, 2006 at 1:05:24 PM | RE: Using standardized detail sheets

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Make a Template and put them in once then every time that you need those details open the templete and their they are. Another way that I have found that works is import them in to revit then export them back to the same file. Next time you pull them in from that file they will have all the changes made to them. The easiet way is probably the template.

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Tue, Apr 18, 2006 at 1:43:19 PM | RE: Using standardized detail sheets

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Revit 9 will allow you to establish a detail library to reuse what ever details you need

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