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# Spreadsheet Calculator 2012 - insert formula

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Hello there!

A problem occurred when trying to do one simple thing: insert formula with section info data.

Also I attached file. Thank you in advance!

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# Re: Spreadsheet Calculator 2012 - insert formula

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Most likely the section you try to import is not correctly recognized. Could you check if you have the same situation using e.g. HEA100 from one of the standard Robot section databases? Could you attach the Robot file you import bar 3 from please?

**Artur Kosakowski**

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Please send me the rtd file. I would like to have a look at this issue. What is the section database you used - in case it is the user attach it as well. Thank you.

**Artur Kosakowski**

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Please use H (height) and B (width) for concrete sections but D and BF for steel ones. This is how these section parameters are defined in Robot API.

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Currently yes, as only one type of the predefined formula is available in SC.

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