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Thu, Feb 24, 2005 at 8:10:35 PM | Grouping and Worksets

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jstewart


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Has anyone has problems with groups and worksets? One project team in our office is really having a hard time. One person is always having to send request to borrow elements when they want to make changes to a group. Has anyone found some tips for working with groups in an efficeient manner? I have come to the conclusion - let me know if I am wrong - but that if you are going to group objects (say a unit plan for example) then all the objects should be on one workset (say Unit A Workset) to avoid comflicts later. Thanks in advance for your help.

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