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terrac
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Registered: ‎03-23-2006
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Differences between the different Revit programs

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03-24-2006 08:06 AM
It would be nice to see a matrix or list that compares the elements that are common to all three Revit programs (i.e. walls, doors, etc) and those that are unique to each program
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LGutwillig
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Registered: ‎11-13-2003
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Re: Differences between the different Revit programs

03-27-2006 06:10 AM in reply to: terrac
Great suggestion. We will see if we can get something out that covers this for everyone.

Thanks for the suggestion.

-Laura
Technical Marketing Manager, MEP Engineering Solutions, Autodesk
*DdDDriver
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Re: Differences between the different Revit programs

04-25-2007 09:16 AM in reply to: terrac
I posted a graphic guide up to AUGI last fall for the last release

I am attaching it here in word doc so if anyone wants to update it they are
free to

This is just a comparison of the Design Bars for the 3 softwares.

What it does not cover and is getting more annoying every release is the
difference in functionality
Structure: gets to actually see edge profile of steel decking (to the point
that if they make it visible, then when opened in Revit Arch, we can see it,
but we (Arch) cannot enable it or turn it on
Structure, can use "cut geometry" with a reference plane to cut a beam
(mitered condition) , Arch has to use the opening tool to remove then end of
the beam.
DdDDriver


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It would be nice to see a matrix or list that compares the elements that are
common to all three Revit programs (i.e. walls, doors, etc) and those that
are unique to each program

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