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Wed, Jan 5, 2005 at 7:24:50 AM | Downgrading Family Versions

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Something suddenly caught my mind! I have seen a lot of forums talking about upgrading family from the lower version to higher Revit versions, is there any tools to reverse the process? (To downgrade the revit's families from higher to lower version?) Any Ideas?

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Wed, Jan 5, 2005 at 4:06:01 PM | RE: Downgrading Family Versions

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As of right now, no. Besides, all licensed users get free upgrades thru downloading the lastest build so there really isn't much reason to offer a family downgrade tool.

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Wed, Jan 5, 2005 at 6:30:07 PM | RE: Downgrading Family Versions

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I agreed. Most revit users will only look forward to the latest version but not the old version. In my case, this idea came to my mind because some families I downloaded from AUGI are eventually in Revit 7.0 and we still running on Revit 6.1 at this stage. (Except for 1 trial unit is on Revit 7.0) Just a mind teaser, Ha! Thanks anyway!

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