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Newsletter - June 24, 2019

Jun 24, 2019

Published in: Newsletter Archive

Land F/X Weekly Newsletter June 24, 2019
Webinar: Excel with the Right Tools

Presented by: Jake Lott
June 28, 2019
10 a.m. Pacific Time

No matter how much you can accomplish in AutoCAD, sometimes MS Excel can do the job better. A spreadsheet created in this exceptionally powerful program is a necessary complement to CAD that adds the capabilities of formulas, graphs, and macros. With Excel, you can create nicely formatted spreadsheets and charts after you’ve generated quantities in CAD – it’s all about using the right tool for the right job. We’ll give you some examples of how Excel can improve your design process by adding everything from shade analysis reports to MAWA calculations and in-depth watering schedules. 

Power Tip: Customizing Drip Hatches
Power Tip: Customizing Drip Hatches
Presented by: Jake Lott
Recommended by: Jinna Cooper with Prevost Stamper

As you place your area for dripline or area for drip emitters, you'll notice we've already taken the time to create several hatches to depict this equipment in your drawing. But what if you have your own hatch design in mind? We'll show you how easy it is to make a custom drip hatch to use on your projects.
Land F/X Puzzler - Solve the puzzle for chance to win a prize!
Use your knowledge of Land F/X, and you could win a prize. We'll present you with a usage challenge. You can submit your answer to enter a drawing for a gift card. We'll draw randomly from the correct answers to determine a winner. 

You’ve set your RefNote Schedule column widths just how you want them, but your user fields are making everything haywire. Each time a field’s value is a little too wide, the entire schedule becomes a chaotic mess. Because you’re on top of your Land F/X game, you’re aware that the Table schedule style solves this issue by wrapping extra-wide columns to multiple lines. But the border lines in the Table style schedule don’t fly with your office standard. So how can you get the Drawing style schedule to mimic the Table format by giving you set column widths and wrapping the text, but without those table lines? Puzzle when ready!

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