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Thu, Jul 19, 2007 at 11:28:16 PM | student seeking Building 9 components

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Hey there! I'm an interior design student at University of Cincinnati, and I learned a little bit of Revit on my last co-op assignment. I decided this quarter that I would do all my designing for studio in Revit, since we have the program in the school's computer labs. It turns out that the school only has Revit Building 9, and will not be able to upgrade to 2008 til next quarter (if they do it at all.) Obviously the imperial library is very limited, but I can't find any components online that are compatible with Building 9. It's really frustrating, and I don't want to give up and import things back into autoCAD (the horror, the horror!), but I have reached the end of my (very limited!) knowledge.

 Please help!!!

 Jenny


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Thu, Jul 19, 2007 at 11:49:46 PM | student seeking Building 9 components

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okay, i see that this lovely site has a few components available for download... are there any others out there? can i use files from older versions?

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Fri, Jul 20, 2007 at 12:14:19 AM | student seeking Building 9 components

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Yeah sorry i cant help you with family components made in 2008.. But you can still change  the old familys from imperial to metric by simply clicking settings menu and then clicking project units and adjusting it there.. I hope that helped..

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Fri, Jul 20, 2007 at 1:32:15 PM | student seeking Building 9 components

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Try this link

http://revit.autodesk.com/library/archive9/html/index.html

 You can always use versions that are older, you just can't use ones newer than the version you currently are using.


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