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    Default Arch Revit Link Origin to Origin First Floor Elevation Off -100'-0"

    Has anyone else ran into this?
    I link in the Revit Architectural using Origin to Origin, and it does not come in at 0'-0" elevation, even though the Arch model First Floor Level is at 0'-0"
    Hopefully my image explains what I'm running into.
    Is it something in Units?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Arch Revit Link Origin to Origin First Floor Elevation Off -100'-0"

    I saw this once at a previous firm. At the time I just assumed the Architect moved things and updated our level elevations to match. It was off by exactly 100'-0" as well.

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    Default Re: Arch Revit Link Origin to Origin First Floor Elevation Off -100'-0"

    Try changing your level heads (EDIT TYPE) from Project to Shared (or vice versa).

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