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What’s new in Revit 2020.1

Written by: Ian Molloy, Harlan Brumm, Pawel Piechnik, Sasha Crotty

A new version of Revit in August? Now that we release features as soon as they are ready, subscribers don’t need to wait for the annual release to access the latest Revit. The product team is happy introduce this latest Revit point release,

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