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Value on Schedule rounded from decimal number

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05-15-2013 06:35 AM

I am trying to create equipment schedule but some of the values changes from decimal number to integer (please see attached screenshot). Please advise how to retain the decimal number. Thanks in advance. 

That's a matter of the precision as defined by the Project Units (located on the Manage tab). "Wattage" by default is set to a precision of zero decimal places. In this dialog, set the 'Discipline:' pull-down to Electrical and then click on the button in the 'Format' column for Wattage. Here, you can control the precision via the "Rounding:" pull-down menu.

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Re: Value on Schedule rounded from decimal number

05-15-2013 06:44 AM in reply to: %4seasons%

That's a matter of the precision as defined by the Project Units (located on the Manage tab). "Wattage" by default is set to a precision of zero decimal places. In this dialog, set the 'Discipline:' pull-down to Electrical and then click on the button in the 'Format' column for Wattage. Here, you can control the precision via the "Rounding:" pull-down menu.

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Re: Value on Schedule rounded from decimal number

05-15-2013 06:53 AM in reply to: CADastrophe
Thats great!!!

Thanks Corey
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