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How to merge two Revit template files?

A - answer You can use several methods to transfer (export) some families and settings from one Revit template to another.
  • Drawn elements from a project based on the template #1 can be copied to a drawing (project) based on the template #2 and then save it as a new template
  • Requested families can be saved individually to RFA files (and then loaded ion the second template) - either by right-clicking in the project browser (and Save) or with "File > Save to Library > Save family"
  • Used families can be transferred with the function "File > Load into Projects"
  • Advanced options for transferring settings between two projects or empty projects (templates) can be found in "File > Transfer Project Standards"
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15.6.2007    9502x  
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applies to: Revit 2008 · Revit 9 ·

See also:
Tip 11139:Which Autodesk applications can open a .3DM (Rhino) file?
Tip 11053:Can I use the default parameter URL to reference a relative link?
Tip 11016:How to copy Revit custom colors to another PC?
Tip 10923:Which Autodesk products do support the IFC format?
Tip 10905:Is there a command similar to Revit's "Create Similar" in AutoCAD?

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