How do I import a Revit template?

What should be included in a Revit template?

Consider these recommendations and guidelines when creating custom project templates.

  1. Content location. …
  2. Naming standards. …
  3. Annotation. …
  4. Title blocks. …
  5. Viewport types. …
  6. Content. …
  7. Views/Schedules/Sheets. …
  8. View types/Browser sorting.

How do I open a Revit template?

As an alternative, from the ribbon, click File tab New (Project). In the New Project dialog, under Template file, do one of the following: Select a template from the list. Click Browse, navigate to the desired template (an RTE file), and click Open.

How do I make a Revit template from scratch?

Create a Project Template

  1. On the Home page, under Models, click New. …
  2. In the New Project dialog, under Template file, select: …
  3. Under Create new, select Project template.
  4. Click OK. …
  5. Define settings.
  6. Create any geometry that will be used as a base in future projects.
  7. Click File tab Save.

How do I load a template in Revit 2019?

Location of project templates

  1. Create the project templates that you want to include in the list.
  2. Click File tab Options.
  3. Click the File Locations tab.
  4. Add one or more templates to the Project templates list, as follows: Click (Add Value). …
  5. Rearrange the list to put templates in the desired order.

Why can’t I save a Revit template?

Revit does not allow template files to be directly saved as a project file (using the Save As command). The process for creating a project from a template would be to select to create a project (Ctrl+N), and specify the template to use for the new project.

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How do you update a Revit template?

Solution:

  1. Open a copy of the old project template in the newer version of Revit.
  2. Open a blank template (or project file, if you use a starter project instead of a template) in the same Revit session.
  3. On the Manage tab > Settings panel, click Transfer Project Standards.
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