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    Quote Originally Posted by avton343182 View Post
    In exporting Revit views for details in other projects, utilizing formats like .dwg or .dgn can offer more flexibility in terms of editing and layer management compared to JPEG.
    When dealing with JPEG compression, especially for detailed sections, it's essential to find the right balance between file size and image quality. While lossless and smallest settings might not show a significant difference on screen, the impact on print quality can be notable. Also if you want to use third party application for optimizing JPEGs without compromising quality with lossless consider using tools like to efficiently manage file sizes.

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