Revit Content Libraries: Fixing, Repairing, Reinstalling

Gabe Hernandez

Architecture and Engineering, All, Libraries, Revit, Construction, Content, Families 0 Comment

After installing Revit 2017 I noticed every time I opened a template or out of the box family it had to upgrade from 2016. I found some help online that pointed out a good solution to be able to control Revit content. If you accidentally saved over your OOTB families or have missing families. You can uninstall and repair the content. I went as far and removing the Metric database to speed things up.