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*Allen Turner
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Disable worksets

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02-09-2004 05:15 AM
I have a situation where i need to take a revit project to a meeting/presentation on a laptop. This happens to be a fairly large project w/ worksets enabled. I need to be able to show the model in the meeting and have access to all views and to change visibility of various objects. So far we have tried copying the master file to the laptop, and also local copies,,,,,, But when we get offsite, all of the workset errors occur.... Is there a workaround for this, or can worksets be disabled completely? -- Allen Turner CAD Manager Michael Hining Architects Durham, N.C. 27701 p-919.682.2870 aturner@mhaworks.com
*glynnis [IMAGINiT]
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Re: Disable worksets

02-10-2004 07:00 AM in reply to: *Allen Turner
They can't be disabled completely (though I wish they could too!). I think your best bet is to use SAVEAS on the central file and use the Option to "Make Central File" on the local version to the laptop. You will then want to make all worksets, views, etc. editable in that version. Regards, glynnis patterson, Architect RAND IMAGINiT www.rand.com/imaginit
*Allen Turner
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Re: Disable worksets

02-10-2004 11:53 AM in reply to: *Allen Turner
Thnx Glynnis ; ) "glynnis [IMAGINiT]" wrote in message news:4028f213$1_3@newsprd01... > They can't be disabled completely (though I wish they could too!). > > I think your best bet is to use SAVEAS on the central file and use the > Option to "Make Central File" on the local version to the laptop. You will > then want to make all worksets, views, etc. editable in that version. > > > Regards, > > glynnis patterson, Architect > RAND IMAGINiT > www.rand.com/imaginit > > >

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