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bhowe
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Registered: ‎11-20-2003
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Cost Rollup

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11-24-2002 10:18 PM
I see there are fields (IPT) for placing "estimated costs". Is there a way to get them to total in an assembly?
Thanks,
Bill
Thank You

Bill

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Re: Cost Rollup

11-24-2002 10:56 PM in reply to: bhowe
Take a look at
href="http://www.cadmanagementgroup.com">www.cadmanagementgroup.com
, they
have a nice little program that uses the estimated coats in the assembly
model.

 

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Regards,
John


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I
see there are fields (IPT) for placing "estimated costs". Is there a way to
get them to total in an assembly?
Thanks,

Bill
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Re: Cost Rollup

11-24-2002 11:09 PM in reply to: bhowe


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I
see there are fields (IPT) for placing "estimated costs". Is there a way to
get them to total in an assembly?
Thanks,

Bill

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