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naveen_bm
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HOW TO OPEN REVIT 2013 FILE IN REVIT2011

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09-28-2012 11:01 PM

Hi sir,
I'm a 5th yr Architecture student and i'm using Revit Architecture. And i 'm using Student vision of Revit 2011 but i tried Revit 2013 as a trial and I can't able to open the project which done in Revit 2013 in Revit 2011. Is there any option to open latest version of work in older version.
Hoping for reply fast.

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davissc
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Re: HOW TO OPEN REVIT 2013 FILE IN REVIT2011

09-29-2012 07:51 AM in reply to: naveen_bm

No, you cannot open newer projects on older versions of Revit.  You can try to export to IFC, and import that back into older version.



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DEQ.PLAN
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Re: HOW TO OPEN REVIT 2013 FILE IN REVIT2011

01-21-2014 02:46 PM in reply to: davissc

davissc wrote:

No, you cannot open newer projects on older versions of Revit.  You can try to export to IFC, and import that back into older version.


Is there any drawbacks to this? Won't I loose any feature, parameter or configuration?

 

Cheers.

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David_Knight
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Re: HOW TO OPEN REVIT 2013 FILE IN REVIT2011

01-23-2014 07:03 AM in reply to: DEQ.PLAN

you're changing formats and converting... i'm sure there will be lots of drawbacks.

 

I've never done it, so im not farmiliar with it, but... anytime you convert, data is modified/lost.  what/where? who knows... that's the risk.

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