Exporting the model


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Exporting the model

Another way you might want to output data from your other projects is to export it to other file formats. So, rather than printing out on paper or in some sort of digital plot format, you can actually export a model in DWG or DGN format. Whatever view is active when you run the Export command will determine what kind of data you're going to get. In other words, if you're in a floor plan, when you export to a DWG format for example, you're going to get a flattened two dimensional floor plan on the recipient side. If you're in the 3D view, you're going to get an actual 3D model on the recipient side, so depending on what your recipient needs from you, from your Revit model, you can choose accordingly.

So, I'm just in a file called Plotting, and what we're going to do is scroll up here on the project browser and find a view that we want to export. So, let me select the level one floor plan, open that up, and I'll zoom in slightly, and maybe I just want to export this fl...

Exporting the model
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Exporting the model provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Up and Running with Revit

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