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    Revit Clinic: Tools for Troubleshooting Unexpected Behavior in Revit

    This post comes from one of our Product Support Specialists here in the US, Lance Coffey. Thanks for the tips Lance! There are many tools in Revit for making project, view, or element level changes to your project file, and...

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