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Week #25 – Schedules, Quantities and Data
25-2. Interactive Schedules – Additional Options

ArchiCAD Training (Best Practices Lesson 25-2)

In this ArchiCAD training lesson we continue our exploration of Interactive Schedules. You may include automatically generated 2D or 3D views of the elements, and add dimensions and manual annotation to these views. You can also group, sort, summarize and tabulate data within the schedule. Flexible criteria allow the inclusion or exclusion of elements, so that you can have separate schedules for different stories or buildings, or based on ID, layer or renovation status. Longer schedules can be split or flow onto multiple layout sheets.

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  1. LewisBishop
    2 years ago

    As always a very good explanation of how to use the tools.