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    How do you add a sweep to your model?

    I was able to do this in Revit 2009, now that things have changed in 2010, I can't get it to work.

    I want to sweep a piece of molding around the top of a group of cabinets.

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    Try going to the Home tab >> Component pull-down >> Model In-Place.

    You should get new options, like creating can extrusion/sweep. Then you should be at the familiar sweep path and then a profile.

    Give this a try, or let me know if you need a video.

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