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Wotdat
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Re: Leaders

06-26-2006 04:12 PM in reply to: *Nick Haury
What you do is you create a new project that consist of your company standards and what have you and saveas as a .rvt file.
This option is available when you do a saveas. Go to File and click saveas. And when you want to add more to this template in the future just go to File and click Transfer Project Standard.
There are a lot of discussion on this topic , so I recommend you a little search and I guaranty you'll be a much better Revit guy.

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Wotdat
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Re: Leaders

06-26-2006 04:24 PM in reply to: *Nick Haury
While you're at it...Can I mention that it would be great if you could also look up " KEYNOTES " if you are not aleady familiar with it. Great stuff.

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jbernier
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Re: Leaders

01-09-2014 09:13 AM in reply to: *Nick Haury
Thanks! This is a great solution... one point of interest, it's called "Blank Leader", not "Null Leader" (easier to find in the family tree when searching by the correct name). Also, is there a way to change the line weight of this type without affecting the line weights of all other leaders in the project?

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