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    Default Dual Monitors

    I have a dual monitor set up with the Properties and Project Browser windows on one screen and the drawing area on the other. The problem is that whenever I switch to a different project, the Properties and Project Browser windows jump to the center of the other screen. It's not the end of the world, just a big nuisance. If anyone has encountered this issue and knows how to resolve it, I'd love the tip. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Dual Monitors

    First step, check your video card, make sure it's happy running revit. Check the build of the driver. I install an updated driver once that made my revit display all screwed up. The other one would be what windows theme are you running. DO NOT USE AERO THEMES. Revit and windows aero themes do not work together.
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