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Hi all, I have a question: I have some dimensions that are in both Revit and AutoCAD. This is a big difference, is there an option in Revit to show this in the same unit, or should I use something like calc to find the values? Hi Ben, I just noticed this issue too. I'm not sure of the official solution, but I noticed that there is a change to come in Revit 2019. Now, if you have the Dimensions, you can double click on the name of the dimension to open the Dimension Inspector, where you can define the Unit of the dimensions. If you are the sole owner of the dimension you can create it as well. In general, a dimension is a dimension, you can have as many dimensions as you wish, however, if you decide to show a dimension in two places, you can have a problem, I mean, if the dimension is used in more places, then the command gets more intensive. You can tell if you have a dimension overload if you notice the Dimension Inspectors icon in the top right corner of the screen (next to the Size column). If you click on it, you will see something like this: The Dimension inspector is hidden and only appears when you have more than one dimension. It is probably a smart move to use only one dimension in this case. You can find the documentation here: If you are looking for the Dimension to AutoCAD Export options, I'm not sure of the place to look, but I do know that there is an export to.dxf that includes the Unit. At a minimum, one dimension unit should be there in both places, but often times the Autodesk software will have a habit of 'killing' the dimension in the second place, and the Dimension inspector won't show that dimension. For now, I think the best solution is to get the dimension in the first place, because the Dimension Inspector gives you some automation on what the Dimension should be. When I have a dimension overload, I tend to start with the most used dimension first, and see where that goes. I would like to be able to choose the Unit of a dimension when I print, but I need to try and find a solution before the print. What I have so far is to find the dimensions that are in both Revit and AutoCAD and print them out to a Word document. I add a

 

 

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