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Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 3:42:57 PM | Equipment Schedules




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Does anyone know how to remove an item from an Equipment Schedule without removing it from the project? I have an item created by someone else as a piece of Specialty Equipment under Families. It is showing up in my Equipment Schedule, but I don't want it to because it was part of a previous package. Any help?

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Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 4:38:24 PM | Equipment Schedules



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There are several ways of doing this. 


- Put the item in a seperate phase and filter it out. 


- Give the unit an "XX" mark number, add that column in your table and filter out all XX numbers.  (You can hide the column)


- Add the family description as a column in your schedul and filter out the one you don't want.  Again, you can hide the column. 

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Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 4:39:12 PM | Equipment Schedules




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Set up a Filter. 

Go to the schedules Properties dialog, and then select Filter from the list at the bottom.  In the Filter dialog, select a parameter that is unique to the family that you want to exclude.  You might need to go to the Fields tab and Add--> a parameter like Family to the Scheduled fields.  If you don't want it to show up in your schedule you can check the 'Hidden field' box in the Formatting tab.  Then, go back to the Filter tab and set your 'Filter by' to Family then 'does not equal' and in the box below select the Family that you want to exclude.  Then, click OK. 

If Family isn't specific enough for your needs, you can use the Comments field and set it to 'does not equal' and use a term like Excluded in the Comments parameter of the family that you want to exclude.


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