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Thread: Save time printing from your currently open model instead of opening them all and printing.

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    Default Save time printing from your currently open model instead of opening them all and printing.

    Summary: I wish you could import sheets created in other revit models so you could print all of the sheets at one time instead of having to open each individual model to print

    Description: Say you have models of the hvac, plumbing, and electrical and are working in the hvac model. You want to print, so you have to open each model to print your sheets. What if you could import sheets from other models into the one you are working in and print all the sheets you need to print at one time instead of opening each model and printing multiple times.

    Product & Feature: Revit MEP

    Submitted: Wed, 16 Nov 2011

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    Default Re: Save time printing from your currently open model instead of opening them all and printing.

    I was working on a large project and was asked to match the Architects sheets! OMG we were talking about 50+ sheets that I had to hand setup. You would think that this was an easy thing for Autodesk to setup. Help!!!!!
    Jonathan R. Schade
    CADD Manager
    Seattle, WA

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