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Edit Family

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05-06-2005 10:36 PM
I have downloaded the trial revit 8 an I have the following problem:
does anyone know why can't I see the Edit Family button
on the options menu when I highlight a family member in the drawing?
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Re: Edit Family

05-07-2005 12:29 AM in reply to: yoyo1
Need to OPEN \******\metric libary\folder\Familyname.rfa
edit in family editor and save
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Re: Edit Family

05-07-2005 01:19 AM in reply to: yoyo1
Isn't the revit 8 all about editing family in place?
*Scott Davis
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Re: Edit Family

05-07-2005 03:33 PM in reply to: yoyo1
are you sure you are highlighting a family, and not an in place family? It
shows for me. Try another object, such as a door or window...

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I have downloaded the trial revit 8 an I have the following problem:
does anyone know why can't I see the Edit Family button
on the options menu when I highlight a family member in the drawing?
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Re: Edit Family

05-07-2005 09:35 PM in reply to: yoyo1
yes I am sure...
does anyone else have the same problem with
the installation?
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Re: Edit Family

05-09-2005 06:12 AM in reply to: yoyo1
I don't have the problem you describe. Please try this just to verify your issue.

1. open revit 8
2. draw a wall
3. place a door in it.
4. pick the door and right click
can you select the edit family choice?

The only thing I can think of is you were trying to chose edit family without a family
highlighted first
If not I have no idea whats wrong.
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