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Opening Revit projects directly from web.

A - answer Autodesk Revit can open RVT and RFA files (projects, families) also directly from a URL address on web.

In the file open dialog (Ctrl+O) try e.g. to enter the file name as:

http://www.cadstudio.cz/dl/TociteSchody.rvt

Revit will download the file from the internet to a temporary folder and open it for editing. Possible changes are saved back to this temporary file (not back to the web).

Another option for using web repositories is inserting Revit families (libraries) directly from web (e.g. from the Block Catalog) by mouse-dragging with the iDrop technology. Try e.g. to use the "eyedropper" and drag the chair from the block web page "Dining chair" to your Revit application window.

Revit2009
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22.8.2008    7030×  
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applies to: Revit 2009 ·

See also:
Tip 11450:How to run Fusion 360 in a web browser?
Tip 11365:How to store Fusion 360 models directly to Fusion Team projects?
Tip 10541:Fusion 360 open offers only a limited number of CAD formats.
Tip 10487:How to save a DWG/DXF in older format from AutoCAD 360?
Tip 10426:How to display any web page in Inventor?


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