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*Frank Murphy
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Family data

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12-31-2003 07:59 AM
Is there a mechanism for batch converting family files created with previous releases. Other than the intern in the corner.
*Scott Davis
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Re: Family data

12-31-2003 08:20 AM in reply to: *Frank Murphy
yes, check www.zoogdesign.com I think someone from Revit posted it there. Otherwise contact Revit support and they can send you the BAT file. "Frank Murphy" wrote in message news:3ff2f1c4$1_2@statler... > Is there a mechanism for batch converting family files created with previous > releases. Other than the intern in the corner. > >
*Steve Burri
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Re: Family data

12-31-2003 09:02 AM in reply to: *Frank Murphy
We have an FAQ on this (which includes a utility): After installing a new version, how do I upgrade my old family files? -- Regards, Steve Burri Autodesk, Inc. Client Support Manager - Revit "Scott Davis" wrote in message news:3ff2f72d_7@statler... > yes, check www.zoogdesign.com I think someone from Revit posted it there. > Otherwise contact Revit support and they can send you the BAT file. > > > "Frank Murphy" wrote in message > news:3ff2f1c4$1_2@statler... > > Is there a mechanism for batch converting family files created with > previous > > releases. Other than the intern in the corner. > > > > > >
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