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*JTB
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CHANGE THE PROJECT ELEVATION

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09-10-2004 07:55 AM
Newbie question... How can I change the elevation of the project ? For example I have ground floor 0.00m and 1st floor +3.00m I want to change the ground floor to +1.00m and of course the 1st floor to +4.00m. This way I can open a small window to the basement (-3.00m to -2.00M) I moved to an elevation and moved everything. I guess there is something else right??? Thank you for your time, Dimitris
*Scott Davis
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Re: CHANGE THE PROJECT ELEVATION

09-10-2004 08:16 AM in reply to: *JTB
One way: Since everything is tied to Levels in Revit, go to an elevation view, grab all the Level Lines, and move them up 1.00m. "JTB" wrote in message news:4141c04f_2@newsprd01... > Newbie question... > > How can I change the elevation of the project ? For example I have ground > floor 0.00m and 1st floor +3.00m I want to change the ground floor to > +1.00m and of course the 1st floor to +4.00m. This way I can open a small > window to the basement (-3.00m to -2.00M) > > I moved to an elevation and moved everything. I guess there is something > else right??? > > Thank you for your time, > > Dimitris > >
*JTB
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Re: CHANGE THE PROJECT ELEVATION

09-10-2004 09:39 AM in reply to: *JTB
I think that locked dims can do the job too. Since every layer has to keep a certain distance from the others, then if I move it, all the rest will move accordingly. Dimitris

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