Thank you for your reply.
I didn't mean to split schedule on a layout. What I'm wishing for is a function to join the end of one schedule and the top of another schedule on layout. That would enable combining of multiple schedules on a layout.
So let's say you have a building materials schedule of the entire project and you want to split the schedule by material categories because the schedule got too heavy to handle (too long rebuilding time etc.), You do the split by preparing multiple per-category material schedules, and you later place them next to one anther on a layout so it looks like one schedule as an end result. The problem is that the materials change and each schedule gets longer, or shorter, as the project makes progress but the schedule placements on the layout will stay and thus it'll look messed up. The suggested functionality would keep the schedules on the layout tied together without needing to adjust the placement locations all the time.
Another situation would be when you want to combine different schedule types.
We create materials index using the component schedule and place it on multiple layout locations (mostly on the interior/exterior drawing layouts). The problem with the component schedule is that it only picks up the building materials. There are other surface-only materials such as paint and coating and they won't show up. So we use surface schedule separately to generate paint & coating material index (we don't want to use the surface schedule for the index of all the materials as the surface schedules are not ideal for that purpose because surfaces can't contain properties). We later combine them together in the layouts. The materials, again, will change as the project develops and the material indexes on the layout will get messed up. We don't want that to happen.
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