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RJK42
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MEP Panel Schedule Customizing

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07-25-2012 12:36 PM
I formatted my panel schedules the way we would like to see them in the drawings by going to Content - Styles - Imperial and opening the Panel Schedule Table Styles (US Imperial).dwg.
But now when I included the panel into the drawing, it does not update.  I left all of the Field data in each of the cells alone.
Attached is an image of my panel schedule. The goal is to have the description, trip amps, and the pole cells to merge to the corresponding pole.  In this case, I merged three cells to merge to represent a 3-pole breaker and two cells to represent a 2-pole, and the circuits would decent approriatley, i.e., 
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3              Description          50          3     
5
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7
               Descritpion           30          2
9
......... etc
Is there a way to have the panel schedule to automatically format in this way as you define it in the circuit settigs properties??
Thanks in advance

I am unsure if it is possible to group the circuiits by 3-pole/2-pole, but I do have this whitepaper that may help.

 

Joshua

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Joshua.Benoist
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Re: MEP Panel Schedule Customizing

07-30-2012 10:03 AM in reply to: RJK42

I am unsure if it is possible to group the circuiits by 3-pole/2-pole, but I do have this whitepaper that may help.

 

Joshua



Joshua Benoist, PE
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Autodesk, Inc.

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Joshua.Benoist
Posts: 517
Registered: ‎08-23-2006
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Re: MEP Panel Schedule Customizing

07-31-2012 01:11 PM in reply to: Joshua.Benoist

Wanted to follow up and find out if the whitepaper was useful?

 

Joshua

 

 


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