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Autodesk has incorporated for several releases the ability to shut off the Command Line. By doing this you will increase your viewing area for your drawing.

To do this is easy, first hold the CTRL key down on your keyboard then select the number 9. (CTRL+9).  This will both close the Command Line as well as turn it back on.

BUT to do this...

While I don't recommend this typically, and I certainly wouldn't do this for an entire project (it could cause a lot of data to be lost), on a "small chunks" basis this trick may work for you!

It's possible to perform an IFC export of your Revit data and have that family, group, etc transfer back into an earlier version of Revit.

Step 1:...

This is the closest thing to a "sales" post you will ever see on this blog, but it's important to mention, Seiler can provide technical training for your firm or on an individual basis. Even if you don't see them listed on our site feel free to contact us, we may be able to setup a special class to meet your needs without breaking your training budget....

If you are an Autodesk subscription customer you should be aware that the new Autodesk Subscription Advantage Packs are available for download. These are add-ons/enhancements to all the Autodesk products and worth a look.

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk...

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