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    Multiple buildings in 1 revit file

    I have received an architectural model with 5 buildings in one Revit file. I am working on one building for the next few weeks. I linked in the architectural model, but when I go to elevations I can see all the other buildings and my structural levels are missing in some views. I could just drag my levels over to where I need them to be, but I'm afraid that's the wrong way to go about this. I linked in their model origin to origin. I don't know how to use scope boxes very well. Does anyone have any recommendations for getting this started the right way?

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    I didn't use scope boxes before but they are very handy now i know how to use the. Just search on youtube and you wlll find a lot of information.
    https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...it+scope+boxes

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