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bvm76
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Schedules

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06-23-2014 02:13 AM

Hi,

 

I need to produce an equipment schedule where I want to base it on type rather than unit reference.

 

I have an equipment types A & B. On my drawing, I have equipments labeled A, A1, A2...; B, B1, B2....What I want to see on my schedule is only type A & B instead of A, A1, A2...; B, B1, B2....

What about this?

 

select the schedule...go on sorting and grouping and uncheck itemize every instance. You should be able to see one R1 and one R2 by doing this

 

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Mehdi.Kardehi
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Re: Schedules

06-23-2014 06:05 PM in reply to: bvm76

Hello there...

 

simply click on your schedule....go to edit fields...and add Type to your columns and remove the lable column...

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Re: Schedules

06-23-2014 10:34 PM in reply to: Mehdi.Kardehi
Thanks Mehdi but that is not what I need. To elaborate my post further, say for example I have two types of radiator R1 and R2. On my drawing I have plenty of R1 and R2. What I want to show on my schedule is one R1 and one R2 instead of displaying all the R1's and R2's. Hope this makes sense.
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Re: Schedules

06-23-2014 10:37 PM in reply to: bvm76

What about this?

 

select the schedule...go on sorting and grouping and uncheck itemize every instance. You should be able to see one R1 and one R2 by doing this

 

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Re: Schedules

06-24-2014 01:05 AM in reply to: Mehdi.Kardehi
This is exactly what i need. Thanks.
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