This sounds like a "mouth full" but here I want to show you how simple and very powerful this underutilized workflow in ArchiCad actually is.
I. ArchiCad DWF Publishing Setup & Tools
II. ArchiCad DWF Web Tools & communication
III. Importing Mark-up / Redlining info from DWF Web files into ArchiCad
In this document you will get a basic understanding of when & how to use the built in export function in ArchiCAD to generate .DWF files of your project. This set of exported documents can be used to share project info with clients, and project teams for info, collaboration and interaction. The receiver will not need any BIM or CAD software or relevant experience to view these documents and interact with them. They will only need a computer or device that has w web browser. Notes can be made on the documents, saved and sent back to the sender for implementation to the project as needed.
This is to help you Migrate your ArchiCad 7 project to ArchiCad 15.
In a case like this the handling of a) Libraries, b) Modules, c) Linked External files & d) Attributes is curtail to the successful migration.
With the instructions below you will open and save the project with the ArchiCAD 10 Packages and then open it in ArchiCAD 15
These steps will apply as example for a solo project with no linked modules or linked DWG / PDF / image files:
1. Download & install “ArchiCAD 10 Packages - open files from version 6.5 and ArchiCAD 7.0 Packages “ http://www.graphisoft.com/support/archicad/downloads/Fileconverter.html
2. Open the installed “ArchiCAD 10 “ and on the menu go to File/Open then Browse & select your ArchiCad 7 project Click OPEN
3. The Library Manager will open. Browse to the ArchiCad 7 Library on your computer / server and Add it to the library list
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