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    Cleaning Up a Template File

    Hi All,

    I have a template file I'm trying to clean up.

    When i go to visibility/graphics and look in the Site tab, there are a number of alien sub-categories (see attached image) called DODGE_VIPER_XXX.

    I've deleted all the generic models, casework, entourage, specialty equipment families out of the template yet these still appear.

    Does anyone know how I can identify the culprit family that is causing these subcategories to show up, so that I can delete it and get rid of these.

    Thanks!
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    #2
    You can just go to object styles and delete them there. The offending family will have those subcategories stripped out too.
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      #3
      Sorry for the delayed response. Thanks so much for your response!

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        #4
        I would go through and clean up the family as well. If not those categories will find their way back into the template or project if it is reloaded.
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          #5
          Originally posted by cellophane View Post
          I would go through and clean up the family as well. If not those categories will find their way back into the template or project if it is reloaded.
          If you reload from your family library this will happen. If you save out from the project to keep it is as. Either way has benefits/costs.
          Also, deleting subcategories makes it/them move to the top level category.
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