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tarmbruster
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Panel Schedules

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07-24-2003 10:19 PM
Is there any way to get the information shown in the file I just posted to Customer files to display relativly the same way in my panel Schedule Style?

Toma1379
*[Autodesk], jason martin
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Re: Panel Schedules

07-25-2003 08:00 AM in reply to: tarmbruster
Hi Tom -

Yes, it's possible. The routine that produces the panel schedule is written
in VBA. There is no reason that the VBA routine can't be modified to look
the way that your panel schedule looks.

The routine is in a .dvb file that, by default, is located in c:\Documents
and Settings\All users\Application Data\Autodesk\Autodesk Building Systems
2004\R16.0\enu\Aecb Content 4\Electrical\Panels Panel Schedule R4.dvb

When we first produce the panel schedule application, we asked a number of
users for samples of their panel schedule. We received 8-10 sample
schedules, and no 2 were the same , so the panel schedule format became
the "most common" items from all of the schedules we received.

jason

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> Is there any way to get the information shown in the file I just posted to
Customer files to display relativly the same way in my panel Schedule Style?
> Toma1379
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