Does anyone know of an aftermarket viewer for opening/printing Revit files? Currently, I am the only one with our firm that utilizes Revit. I have my one stand-alone seat installed on my machine at the office, and the extra seat for the license is installed on another machine in our office for plotting only. The problem is, that while I am the only one creating Revit content, it is the estimating department that does most of the printing of the drawings. I would like to install my other seat on my home machine, but then I would be relegated to printing drawings for someone every half hour as I would be the only one with the ability to print from Revit, and thus would get nothing done. We really need the ability to print the files, but it doesn't seem like purchasing another seat just for plotting would be an effective use of resources. Outputting everything to pdf or similar is one way to go about things, but most of the Revit content that we use is created by a slew of other local firms and it can become a real pain trying to get everyone on the same page with creating standardized 24x36 pdfs...not to mention time consuming when working with ever-changing iterations. Please let me know if anyone knows of software or has a creative solution. Thanks!