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    I use nested groups a lot, but you cant get around the fact that some walls are going to be higher than others, and inevitably that means different groups. I guess you could do it to save yourself the time of reorganizing furniture twice, but im not sure its that much of an upside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    I use nested groups a lot, but you cant get around the fact that some walls are going to be higher than others, and inevitably that means different groups. I guess you could do it to save yourself the time of reorganizing furniture twice, but im not sure its that much of an upside.
    Would attaching the top of the walls to reference planes help? Even if in a group, Revit lets the walls have different heights this way.

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