- Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:05 am
No there isn't.
There is no such thing as a master file or pre-set that can be applied to other files.
All you can do is manually delete (or add) the information you are referring to.
Attributes can be co-ordinated (imported & exported) from one file to another with the Attribute Manager - but you have to be careful how you do it as you can end up with a real mess.
Views (in the View Map) can not be copied from one file to another - they must be set up per job.
Layout and master pages can be copied from one file to another (through the Organiser) but beware, if you have any drawing placed in them you will need to re-link them to the new file as they will remain linked externally to the original file.
Favourites, Graphic Overrides, Renovation filters can all be exported and imported from one file to another.
This is why it is a very good idea to have a template to base all new jobs from.
As you work on a job and find there is something lacking or needs changing, be sure to also do it in the template as well so it is ready for the next job.
Yes, it is a little double handling, but it saves doing the same thing for every new job you start.
Some people forego the template and just use the previous job as the template for the next - deleting the 3D model and annotation when they start a new job.
It all depends quite a bit on what type of work and how much you do.
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