Print Multiple Files At Once With Drag And Drop

To do this in Windows 7, open up the printer from the Devices and Printers option on the Start menu (or search for your printer by name). Drag the relevant files onto the printer window, and you’ll see a dialog box asking if you want to print multiple files. Click ‘Yes’ and they’ll all be opened and printed in their entirety, with the default settings.

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NKramer
9 years ago

I assume this doesn't work for Revit files based on the way Revit prints.?

Luke Johnson
9 years ago

Yes I believe that is a correct assumption.

If you are looking for batch printing methods in Revit, have a look at How to Print a large set of drawings to individual PDFs with automatic naming