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Mon, Jun 5, 2006 at 9:00:24 PM | Select All Objects by Referenced Level?

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Hello All, I have a really strange situation. One that I cannot explain. I have some levels. The level names and Floor plan names differ. I know that you don't have to rename the corresponding view with that. In one of my elevations, I have two sets of levels, which should not be there. Both sets of levels are blue, which refers to a plan, but in the set of levels off to the right, I go to double click the blue and they do not go to any plan view. This is really strange. What I want to do is delete the bad set of levels, rename my floor plan and ceiling plan views so that they match my levels and be happy. My problem is that my walls, windows, etc. are reference to all sorts of levels. What I would like to do is select all objects that refer to a level, go to the properties box and switch them to the level that I want to keep. Is this at all possible? Also, how did this mess begin? Thanks

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Mon, Jun 5, 2006 at 10:14:28 PM | RE: Select All Objects by Referenced Level?

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Is this a worksetted file at all? As the only time i've seen strange levels appearing is when two people attempt to change the levels at the same time so revit duplicates them in order to keep both the changes... There isn't really a quick way of doing what you want. What i'd do would be save off two copies of the model. In one model delete the unwanted levels. Then open the other file and copy and paste the deleted elements that were referencing the odd levels back into the consolidated file. HTH.

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