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AutoCAD Point Filters Equivalent In RMEP?

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01-03-2013 12:20 AM
Hello I'm attempting to model a pump in RMEP 2013. I am struggling to find the equivalent / alternative method of moving / copying objects by Point Filters (sorry - AutoCAD term for grabbing a .x, .y, .z etc information from anywhere in the model). On the attached model I basically need to copy one of the circles to the top of the four 'rods'. Apologies for being such a newbie.
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Registered: ‎04-21-2006
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Re: AutoCAD Point Filters Equivalent In RMEP?

07-01-2013 08:37 AM in reply to: Hugh_Compton


Finally worked it out.  You need to set Revit into the right view, then use the Align command.  Not as effective as point filters since in AutoCAD you don't need to set the right view up beforehand but it seems to work.

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