Friday, 6 May 2016
Working with a Local File
Here are some tips when working with the Local file
· Be selective about which worksets you decide to open. Avoid opening worksets that are not needed for the work you are doing in the project. Limiting the amount of worksets will speed up the process of opening and saving the project.
· Close unused views on a regular basis while you are working on the project.
· Before saving to Central or closing the project close all your hidden views using the Close Hidden tool, Revit only loads into memory what it displays so this will save memory the next time the file is opened, this can also be used before plotting to increase the amount of available RAM.
· Create a new Local file daily rather than rely on the Reload Latest command to update your current Local file.