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Door and Window Schedules

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How to keep doors and windows from showing in schedule?
Existing dwelling being remodeled, there are existing and new doors and windows through out.
(I searched the manual, online and this forum).
Don't need the existing to populate.
Thank you

David Maudlin

There are different ways to do this. The method I use is to give the existing doors and windows an ID of "ex", then in the Criteria panel use that as a criteria to exclude those doors and windows from the schedule. The Renovation Status could also be used s a criteria.

David Maudlin / Architect

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Thanks for the reply.
The renovation status hides the doors from the plans, not good.
The criteria way seems like the last resource.
We should be able to select all doors and windows and check a radio button stating "not in schedules" done!
We are paying top dollar for this thing, has to be efficient.

Using "EX" or "999" or some other piece of text has been working great for me for years. This works just like a radio button...I would have to select all the doors I wouldn't want to see on the schedule...So whether I select them and then navigate to a radio button or type in 999 in the ID window seems like it would work just as efficiently either way.
Robert J. Garand
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