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You've got to see what’s new in Revit 2020

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

The Revit team is thrilled to release Revit 2020, incorporating improvements in Revit 2019.1 and Revit 2019.2.  The release year “2020” is epic, and Revit 2020 lives up to the name,

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