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soup1967
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Registered: ‎10-22-2013
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AutoCAD MEP 2012 panel schedule merging cells, multi-pole settings

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10-22-2013 09:50 AM

PLEASE HELP!

 

I am a newbie at MEP 2012 (non-Revit) and I am progressing well. Unfortunately, I have come across what should be an easy fix but I can't figure this one out. That being said...

 

Using basic OOTB electrical panel schedules, I need the nulti-pole circuits to display as a single row of text, NOT as three rows of duplicate information for each panel slot used. I know the  panel adding dialogue has a option for multi-pole circuits to be shown as a single row (merged), but mine is grayed-out.  Is this part of the table style properties?

 

At any rate, I need this option to be changed/made available for change. Any thoughts, advice, etc.? Again...

 

PLEASE HELP!!

 

THANKS IN ADVANCE!

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balddude
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎08-30-2012
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Re: AutoCAD MEP 2012 panel schedule merging cells, multi-pole settings

11-27-2013 05:03 AM in reply to: soup1967

I was able to do this by changing a multi-pole breaker from 1,3,5 to just 1, 2,4,5 to 2, etc.  It won't save you any time, but it works.

 

I didn't mix doing this with standard single-pole breakers, so I don't know how it will work.

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