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Spreadsheet capability in Schedules

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It would be really nice to have a lot more spreadsheet capabilities in Schedules.

Eduardo Rolon
Right now with AC20 and AC Properties you can create the schedule export to excel and do the calculation there and then reimport it back. It is not a live connection but it is moving int the right direction.
Eduardo Rolón AIA NCARB
AC26 US/INT -> AC08

Macbook Pro M1 Max 64GB ram, OS X 10.XX latest
Learning: VW, RVT
Teaching & Using: AC, Rhino, ACAD, RVT, SU, AI, PS, InD, TM, C4D, ATL

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This feature is so overdue! The additional features are fundamental and essential;
- Basic computation functions; Addition, Multiplication, etc.
- Basic prefixes and suffixes; SF, UNITS, etc.
- Summation columns
- The ability to position data in both rows AND columns!

All of the data already exist in the Zone object!

It is ludicrous to have to use excel to achieve the desired result. (It really makes the "i" in BiM very small!) The touted benefit of BIM is to be able to work with Live Data that Dynamically Updates AUTOMATICALLY.
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Carlos Schwarz
We absolutely agree with the previous comment (from one year ago!).

We had hoped that the new property expressions would allow us to avoid using excel, but after exploring a bit the new options why have realised how limited it is.
The new functionality is very welcome and offer new possibilities, but we really need to be able to make operations from more than one element and to be able to add cells vertically and horizontally and use formulas in a more flexible way.

Please keep trying to improve it!!

Thanks! We do appreciate the hard work anyway,
Carlos SR
Carlos Schwarz Rodriguez, Architect
Lyall Bills & Young Architects, London
Archicad 24 6004 UKI Full on macOS Big Sur v11.6
iMac 27-inch 2020, i5 3.1Ghz i5, 32 GB 2667 Mhz DDR4, AMD Radeon Pro 5300 4 GB

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