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    I have several .rfa drawing that I need converted to .dwg so that I may edit them. Is there a utility that can handle this?
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    There is no option in Revit to export as a dxf or dwg?

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    There is no option in Revit to export as a dxf or dwg?

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    You don't have access to Revit do you?
    No, I do not.
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    And thus the question. My bad.

    Have you checked out any of the "so-called" conversion programs?
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    How many is "several"? I have Revit Architecture 2009, and could probably be persuaded.....

    Assuming of course, they weren't created with a newer version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    And thus the question. My bad.

    Have you checked out any of the "so-called" conversion programs?
    No, I have not. I figured I'd check here, leaning on the experience of those that have.

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    How many is "several"? I have Revit Architecture 2009, and could probably be persuaded.....

    Assuming of course, they weren't created with a newer version.
    Several = 5. And I do not know what version they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DNK View Post
    No, I have not. I figured I'd check here, leaning on the experience of those that have.



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