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When creating Views for MEP 2010 - can you copy views w/ dependents?

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Rajdemous

Our Mechanical designer spent a day creating Mechanical HVAC views. The view structure is as such: HVAC > hv0all > hv0a, hv0b, hv0c....and so on. Can I copy these views along with the dependent views and just rename them to POWER under Electrical, or will I also need to spend a day creating each view and dependent views from stratch.

 

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ATvinod

Hi,

 

Can anyone help me, how to draw a grid line of different profile other than the radial shape, (need to draw a grid in L shape) in Revit ?

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Methuselah
Our Mechanical designer spent a day creating Mechanical HVAC views. The view structure is as such: HVAC > hv0all > hv0a, hv0b, hv0c....and so on. Can I copy these views along with the dependent views and just rename them to POWER under Electrical, or will I also need to spend a day creating each view and dependent views from stratch.

 

thanks

Sure! Just copy the Parent view then right click on the copied view and choose "apply dependent views". This will allow you to choose the layout from the existing HVAC parent/dependent view set.

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