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Tue, Aug 1, 2006 at 6:38:52 PM | Saving a Level Template or Group??

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I have several clients that work off of a different level structure. For instance, one uses a Three foot concrete wall on a thickened slab i-joist flr syst. 108" studs i-joist flr syst. 92-5/8" studs one uses 8' poured walls, 2x10 floor system, 92-5/8" flr syst. 2x10 flr, & 92-5/8" studs. etc. Can I save levels as a group to pull in at the start of a project, depending on which client I'm working for at the time? Thanks in advance. Randy

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Tue, Aug 1, 2006 at 7:08:28 PM | RE: Saving a Level Template or Group??

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Do them as project templates.

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Tue, Aug 1, 2006 at 7:10:20 PM | RE: Saving a Level Template or Group??

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I would use different templates for each client. The easist way is to save your last project for each client as the template. I would go so far as to make sure some basic geometry remained in the template so I was off and running the minute I started a project for that client. HTH Tom

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Tue, Aug 1, 2006 at 10:50:57 PM | RE: Saving a Level Template or Group??

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Thanks, I'm still in the process of developing my main template. My concern is that as my main template matures I'll have additional templates to update to stay current with my main template. Is there an easy way to update multiple templates with the same information all at once??

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Wed, Aug 2, 2006 at 2:19:48 AM | RE: Saving a Level Template or Group??

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Transfer Standards is one of your best friends in Revit. Open up two or more files and then you can "file>transfer standards" from a master file to the others. Tom

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Wed, Aug 2, 2006 at 2:28:00 AM | RE: Saving a Level Template or Group??

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Thanks, gives me a reason to start looking at the "nuts and bolts" part of Revit.

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