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Wed, Jun 14, 2006 at 3:57:27 AM | e-mailing uneditable Revit files??

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Instead of sending my complete Revit file I'd like to just send the sheets, in an uneditable file, but I think I'd like them to still be a revit file. Does that make any sense?? Is there such a thing?? Trying to avoid having the recipient make actual changes to the file and sending it back. Hard to track what they've changed. I've been sending .pdf's. As simple as that is, it's an extra step I'd like to avoid. Hoping to save the Revit sheets, kind of like you do when you plot, and then forward those sheets for direct plotting from Revit on the recipients end. I also believe I'll have fewer issues plotting to scale if plotting directly from Revit. Post edited on 2006-06-13 23:00:21

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Wed, Jun 14, 2006 at 12:21:19 PM | RE: e-mailing uneditable Revit files??

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u could try to export the acual sheets to an autocad-file. under file-menu select export, then cad format. and select one cad-format of your own choice. keep it up

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