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Thu, Nov 9, 2006 at 1:15:25 PM | Wishlist - Add Sheets from Other Projects

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jterrell


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It would be great to be able to insert sheets from other projects. They wouldn't have to be editable. If the source project changed, the sheet would update.It would be helpful when a project contains multiple buildings that each have their own project file, and a global site file. All the sheets could be inserted into the site project, and everything printed from one project.

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Fri, Nov 10, 2006 at 4:36:07 AM | Wishlist - Add Sheets from Other Projects

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make pdf files able to uplead onto revit

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Mon, Aug 6, 2007 at 12:21:07 PM | Wishlist - Add Sheets from Other Projects

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mebowles55


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Agreed. It would be very benefical to be able to share/export sheets from one project to another especially in regards to standard detail sheets. It's quite inefficent to have to layout the same sheet again for a new project.

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Mon, Aug 6, 2007 at 5:33:35 PM | Wishlist - Add Sheets from Other Projects

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If nothing is model on a sheet, I am pretty sure you can bring an entire sheet over, we do this often with standard detail sheets. Let me double check and see how we have it set up.

 

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Ok, I checked and what you can do is bring in an entire sheet as 2D elemets.  This would enclude the title block, but doing this since its all 2D it would not bring any parametric things that the sheet has with it.  So you can bring an entire sheet, then just put your project titleblock on that and get rid of the 2D title block that you imported along with the sheet info.  I know thats not quite what your wanting, but thats as close as I have got. 



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