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Revit to Excel link

revit-powerpack-link-revit-to-excel-splash-imageGraitec’s Advance PowerPack for Revit 2017 has a long list of additionally tools and functionality requested by users. One particular element that has been enhanced is the Revit to Excel link.

Historically the only way to link Revit schedules to excel was to use the Revit dblink, this was complex to setup and use requiring a SQL server or equivalent.

The pure simplicity of our Revit to Excel plugin means that users now have the ability to export and import, or even synchronize their Revit and excel schedules with only a few mouse clicks, making this one of the top new features in the GRAITEC Advance PowerPack for Revit® 2017.

To find out more about the latest Version of Graitec Revit PowerPack click on the link below.

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