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    Default Imported CAD symbols VS Annotation 2D symbols

    Dear All,

    I just wanted to ask you that we have brought all CAD symbols imported to Revit and separated individually as a generic annotation 2D symbols and purged all, after i purged all item still i can see the layers what i had in AutoCAD thru VG dialogue box at TAB imported categories(as shown in the attached). how can i remove this iam having this in my all individual 2D annotation symbols because all the symbols have been imported from one CAD legend sheet. does this will create any impact while iam inserting this 2D symbols into a Family for a files size and also vice-versa to a project model. I am Using Revit MEP 2010

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    Binu Mathew
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    Default Re: Imported CAD symbols VS Annotation 2D symbols

    See if this works for you:

    Go to: Manage --> Settings --> Object Styles --> Imported Objects, then select the category that you want to delete and hit the Delete button in the bottom right side of the window.

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