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Fri, Feb 18, 2005 at 3:42:04 AM | Revit Downloads

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I am a new user to Revit. I have joined this site in an effort to obtain components specific to my work. When I download items from this site where do I put them in revit to obtain them. I have also noted ZIP files inside Revit. Are these supposed to be unzipped or are they placed there by the install program and unzipped when revit is installed??

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Fri, Feb 18, 2005 at 6:03:34 AM | RE: Revit Downloads

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if you put the downloaded families in your library they will be easy to find. The default location for your family library is C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Autodesk\Revit 7.0\Imperial Library (or Metric Library)

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Fri, Feb 18, 2005 at 7:42:46 AM | RE: Revit Downloads

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I am a new user to Revit. I have joined this site in an effort to obtain components specific to my work. When I download items from this site where do I put them in revit to obtain them.

I have also noted ZIP files inside Revit. Are these supposed to be unzipped or are they placed there by the install program and unzipped when revit is installed??You must unzip them (www.winzip.com)
And then store them where you know where they are and then when in revit go to to file/open/slect the file and the wa bam!!!
Revit opens it ..
It will probably do a upgrade, no worries this is typical.
Note:
Once you open a file in a later version of revit you cannot open that same file in a prior version.

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