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Contract Manager Queries

Our support team deals with Autodesk account queries, daily! The main issue seems to come from Contract Manager configurations. This blog will help you detail how to configure your Autodesk account and Contract Manager changes. Contract Manager Explained The ‘Contract Manager’ is the primary account holder for the Autodesk Account. As the Contract Manager, you …

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How To Create Repeating Detail Component In Revit

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Creating a Revit repeating detail component is super easy and below I will show you step by step how to create one. Before You Start Firstly you need a standard detail family, the one you want to repeat. Detail families are created using the family editor using a template such as Detail Item. This template …

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Inventor CAM Tab Missing

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If you have just installed a new version of Inventor, or perhaps you have installed Inventor CAM and found that the add in is missing. This can be caused by a few different factors, and in this blog, I would like to take you through a few tips to resolve this. The first reason may …

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Can I Downgrade my Revit Project

Are you looking for how you can downgrade your model to an older version of Revit? If you are, you are likley stuck in the predicament of having realised that Revit is version specific and you have worked on a project in the wrong version and need to downgrade. How does Revit Version Compatibility work? …

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Inventor to Vault Revision Sync

Are you wanting to have Vault control your revisions, but are worried about the manual process of moving all your files over various revisions? This workflow will assist you in the transition and save you some time in adjusting all your parts revisions too. You will first need to allow Vault to see your files …

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Saving a Revit Model File (To the cloud) – Part Three

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Saving a model file to the cloud (BIM360 Docs or Autodesk Docs) is straight forward as saving locally. We can save a model which can be used by an individual or workshared and used by multiple users directly from the cloud. Saving a Non-Workshared Model Following the similar steps to save your model locally but …

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Saving a Revit Model File (Local) – Part One

When saving your Revit model file, you have two options; Save and Save As, which I am sure you will know how to save a file. The first time you save, the Save As dialog will appear on screen. In this window you will see the Options button (as shown in figure 1). I would …

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