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In a project template, you can define the following:
- Project information. This includes information such as the name of the project, the project number, the client name, and so on. See .
- Project settings. For example, you can predefine line styles for components and lines, fill patterns for materials, project units, snapping increments for model views, and so on.
- View templates. Use view templates to ensure adherence to office standards and achieve consistency across construction document sets.
- Families. These include system families and loaded families. You can modify or duplicate system families (for example, walls) as necessary for a project. You can also load families, for example, commonly used families, custom families, and title blocks. See Loading Families.
- Project views. Predefine plan views, levels, schedules, legends, sheets, and so on.
- Visibility/graphic settings. Visibility and graphic settings are specified for the project in the Object Styles dialog. If necessary, you can override settings on a view-by-view basis.
- Print settings. Predefine printers and print settings.
- Project and shared parameters. Predefine project parameters and identify a shared parameter file.
NoteYou cannot include worksets in project templates.