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chbds
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plotting adt3.3 to revit 5+

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07-27-2004 02:34 PM
what is the setup procedure to collaborate via e-mail to plot adt 3.3 files in revit 5+ to show all objects. i don't know how revit works? thanks.
chbds
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: plotting adt3.3 to revit 5+

07-27-2004 02:35 PM in reply to: chbds
Email as if you were sending to a person with regular AutoCAD that doesn't have object enablers. "chbds" wrote in message news:12953566.1090964075640.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1... > what is the setup procedure to collaborate via e-mail to plot adt 3.3 files in revit 5+ to show all objects. i don't know how revit works? thanks. > chbds
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chbds
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Registered: ‎07-27-2004
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Re: plotting adt3.3 to revit 5+

08-04-2004 06:20 AM in reply to: chbds
no, just the otherway around. i have adt 3.3 sending to someone w/ revit 5. i don't know how revit handles adt w/ objects, for plotting. do you know to setup revit to plot adt files? thanks.
chbds
*Matt Dillon
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Re: plotting adt3.3 to revit 5+

08-04-2004 07:46 AM in reply to: chbds
Revit will not understand ADT objects, nor will ADT understand Revit objects. If you need to send an ADT file to Revit, I would suggest that you use the "Export to AutoCAD" feature of ADT 2004 and ADT 2005. This will take your existing ADT drawing and "flatten" it to basic AutoCAD objects, saving to a new drawing file. That file can then be imported into Revit. -- Matt Dillon Autodesk Discussion Forum Facilitator "chbds" wrote in message news:21853261.1091625689739.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > no, just the otherway around. i have adt 3.3 sending to someone w/ revit 5. i don't know how revit handles adt w/ objects, for plotting. do you know to setup revit to plot adt files? thanks. > chbds
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