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Revit® Architecture 2010: No Experience Required™ by Eric Wing

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Chapter 22. Project Collaboration

  • Defining and enabling worksets

  • Defining and creating a central model

  • Defining and creating a local model

  • Editing requests and relinquishing objects

  • Demand loading

It is quite ironic that the second-to-last chapter of this book contains information that many of you will need to get your first Revit project off the ground. That is, how do we work on a project when multiple people need to be in the model? Revit is only one model, right?

You may be surprised, but the answer, and the procedure, is not as difficult as some make it out to be. I have seen many explanations on the subject of project collaboration that have been wide reaching and convoluted, thus causing an air of uneasiness. It's not as horrible as it sounds, ...

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