Linking another Revit file


show more Linking another Revit file provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Up and Running with Revit show less
please wait ...

Linking another Revit file

There's lots of reasons why you might choose to link a Revit project to your exisitng project. When you create a link to a Revit project you're embedding an entire Revit projct into your current project. It will come in as a single object that you can move around and position relative to the geometry in your existing project. And then, if the owner of that original Revit linked file makes changes to that file, you can come back later and reload the link and capture those latest changes to that file. So, there's lots of times when you might choose to use this procedure and it might involve collaboration on a project with other disciplines like other engineers and so forth. Perhaps they're going to work in Revit.

You're going to work in Revit. And you both link your files together. If you're doing a multi-building campus project, each building might be a separate linked file. So there's a lot of scenarios where it would be appropriate to do your work in multiple Revit proj...

Linking another Revit file
Video duration: 4m 57s 3h 58m Beginner

Viewers:

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

Subject:
CAD
Software:
Revit LT
Author:
please wait ...