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    AUGI Addict DaveP's Avatar
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    Default Re: linking excel into revit

    Isn't there some restriction about needing the 64-bit version of Access/Office, too?
    Which almost no one recommends.
    Go back to AutoCAD? I'd rather lose my right arm!

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    Yes. You need 64 bit Access, which means Access API apps, most of which are written for 32 bit, won't work. However, there are probably very few architect's offices that have customized apps running in Access anyway. In fact, most firms don't even buy the Professional version of Office that includes Access.

    Office 2013 has a surprisingly inexpensive package of Office apps that includes Access. I have it at home for my own use.
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