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*Robert K
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Total airflow of a few selected Air Terminals

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08-19-2007 03:38 AM
Can anyone tell me if there is a way that you can see the total airflow of
a few selected Air Terminals or do I have to select them one by one and
totalize it by hand?

with kind regards,

Robert
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dredding
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Re: Total airflow of a few selected Air Terminals

08-19-2007 02:42 PM in reply to: *Robert K
It won't do it unless you have some kind of parameter all of them hold.

Like a common system name.
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dredding
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Registered: ‎12-29-2002
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Re: Total airflow of a few selected Air Terminals

08-19-2007 02:42 PM in reply to: *Robert K
It won't do it unless you have some kind of parameter all of them hold.

Like a common system name.
*Robert K
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Re: Total airflow of a few selected Air Terminals

08-19-2007 11:43 PM in reply to: *Robert K
Like I could do in AutoCAD I like to select a few Air Terminals in my plan
and then see the total airflowof these terminals.
This is verry handy when engineering

"dredding" schreef in bericht news:5694397@discussion.autodesk.com...
It won't do it unless you have some kind of parameter all of them hold.

Like a common system name.

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