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    Transferring just one View Template from Project to Project

    is there a way to do this with Revit 2017

    #2
    Originally posted by katewood1989 View Post
    is there a way to do this with Revit 2017
    Insert/Insert from File/Insert Views from File. Select the other project, select one (or more) views to be transferred
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      #3
      We have view templates, not the views themselves, that I want to transfer.


      To clarify, this is quoted from another post from 2013:

      Let’s say you have 100 view templates in a project, and you make a new one. You want to transfer only that new template to another project (not the other 100 View Templates). If you use Transfer Project Standards (on View Templates and Filters), you will get the lot. How can we transfer just one of them?
      Last edited by katewood1989; January 31, 2017, 07:50 PM.

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        #4
        Originally posted by katewood1989 View Post
        We have view templates, not the views themselves, that I want to transfer.
        sorry, I misread your question. All of my view templates are in my project template so I've never had the need to transfer one or any between projects. At least if you transfer a bunch of them it's pretty easy to delete the ones that you don't want...click, click, click on the delete button
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          #5
          Once you have the view in a project you can "create view template from view"

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            #6
            Pretty messy, but you could transfer from the original project to a blank project, then delete all but one, then transfer into the new project.
            Or, I believe there are some 3rd party apps that allow you finer TPS control.
            Dave Plumb
            BWBR Architects; St Paul, MN

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              #7
              This is just what you are looking for.
              Mark Balsom

              If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

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                #8
                Originally posted by mark b View Post
                This is just what you are looking for.
                NICE!!

                One (big) step beyond what you are looking for is View Filter Manager: https://www.revitforum.org/commercia...tml#post169061
                Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


                chad
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by mark b View Post
                  This is just what you are looking for.
                  Looks pretty handy.

                  I've always used Revit Lookup where you can select anything in your project by ID. If you do a quick google you'll find compiled installers.
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