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    Hi, ist it easily possible to extract all the dwg file that are imported in my revit file back into dwg files ?

    #2
    Originally posted by gwinsky View Post
    Hi, ist it easily possible to extract all the dwg file that are imported in my revit file back into dwg files ?
    Welcome to the forum gwinsky - I'd love to help, but I'm not sure what you mean - believe you me, your stay here will be a lot more enjoyable (and useful) if you pose your questions better!

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      #3
      Thanks Snowyweston, I received a revit file, it has some 2d dwg file embeded. They are visible via "visibility /grafics" > " Imported kategories" tabs. since I dont have thes 2d dwg files I would like to export them back out of the revit file as dwg.
      Is clearer?

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        #4
        What I'm understanding is: You want the fastest way to export all the .dwg's, you have inserted into your project, back to .dwg?

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          #5
          Originally posted by soender View Post
          What I'm understanding is: You want the fastest way to export all the .dwg's, you have inserted into your project, back to .dwg?
          No that's not it - gwinsky's been given a model with linked .dwgs, (which "travel" inside models) and gwinsky would like those...

          The "only" (dirty) way to do it from Revit, is to hide everything but the .dwgs in a view, and export them directly. But that's not clever practice. You would do better to (simply) ask for the .dwg files from the same person(s) who sent you the .rvt file.

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            #6
            My bad. Did a little support afk, between writing my reply and pressing send.

            And I agree, the best solution would be to request the original files. Second best, do it the dirty way.

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              #7
              Originally posted by snowyweston View Post
              No that's not it - gwinsky's been given a model with linked .dwgs, (which "travel" inside models) and gwinsky would like those...

              The "only" (dirty) way to do it from Revit, is to hide everything but the .dwgs in a view, and export them directly. But that's not clever practice. You would do better to (simply) ask for the .dwg files from the same person(s) who sent you the .rvt file.
              Hi gwinsky, I'm totally agree with snowyweston, the best way is that he says , but really is not so clever to do that (to hide everything but the .dwgs in a view), the result to export those cad files that way is a very "generic" cad draw, that in general loses valuable info included in the original cad file, try to contact the person in charge, Best regards.
              Andres Franco - Architect - BIM Coordinator
              Revit Certified Professional - AutoCAD Certified Professional
              "I became insane, with long intervals of horribly sanity"
              E.A Poe

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