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Send Schedules to a Spreadsheet

Whether you need to keep track of plants, irrigation equipment, site amenities, hardscape materials, or irrigation equipment, a schedule is a quick way to catalog a specific type of items you've used in your design. Most of our scheduling tools includes a Destination option that allows you to send that particular schedule to the drawing or to a spreadsheet.

 

Exporting a schedule to a spreadsheet can come in incredibly handy. For one, you can easily make edits to a schedule in a spreadsheet, adding specific calculations and even new information columns. (You can even create your own macro to include custom columns. See the video link to the right.)

 

In addition, you can easily export a schedule to a spreadsheet and then make it available to a client or contractor who doesn't have AutoCAD.

 

Our software allows you to send all of the following schedules to a spreadsheet:

How to Export a Schedule to a Spreadsheet

Each of the scheduling tools listed above includes a Destination option with the capability to send the schedule to your drawing or a spreadsheet. When placing any of these schedules, select the Spreadsheet option under Destination to send the schedule to a spreadsheet.

 

 

The images below show the Spreadsheet option on several of our scheduling tools.

 

 

Plant Schedule

Irrigation Schedule

 

 

 

Lighting Schedule

Reference Notes Schedule

Zoning Schedule

 

 

 

The schedule will be sent to your spreadsheet application, such as MS Excel.

Troubleshooting

Issue: You are unable to send your schedule to a spreadsheet

 

Last modified on Tuesday, 25 September 2018 16:51
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