David Light's old firm Excitech has released a new tool that is free (for now) called Coordinate Scheduling Tool. It is intended to allow us to acquire X,Y,Z coordinates from certain Revit elements. It is currently limited to Revit 2010 versions and the 32Bit version of Windows XP/Vista (64 bit in development). This is an image of the Ribbon panel installed with the tool.
Here's a screen capture of User Options (snipped from their site).
we've had the same tool for quite a while - quite a simple routine that we have available if anyone wishes to receive it.
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Hi guys, this is our old logo, could you please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get this updated.
This is a post from 2009 and for an older version of Revit. I'm not going to update the post to look more modern for a comment on something 10 years old now. If it is relevant to a reader it needs to be intact. More than likely it just isn't relevant at all now and I'd be more inclined to remove the post entirely.
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