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December 10, 2008

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This is just way too confusing? Can you please walk me though so that I can understand them better? Thanks!!

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When you do open a file, a lock is automatically placed on the file in Buzzsaw, so other team members know they can’t edit that file. Here’s a picture of the AutoCAD 2009 menu...Good Luck

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Rather actually! In a world of rapidly expanding 3D models, publishing a Revit DWF to Buzzsaw provides an easy way to keep the project team updated on the design, with Buzzsaw providing automatic notification, markup capabilities, and version control on the published files.

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