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Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 10:13:57 AM | Large number of schedules

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I'm starting to do a building 120 rooms & need to set up 'data sheets' for each space, with a separate plan, ceiling plan & elevations along with schedules for room finishes, equipment, M&E etc over several phases, this is going to mean minimum of 840 separate schedules (7 per room) as most of the parameters are not shared between types.

There apears to be no way (in R'09) of sorting schedules (apart from alphabetically) the way you sort drawings. This would be very helpful to do so that I could work without seeing the 820!

Also as I haven't set these schedules up in full yet, will it affect performance? Is there anything else I should consider (before I go mad setting them up?)


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Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 10:15:49 AM | Large number of schedules

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Room data sheet set up - forgot to add this before


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Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 12:26:35 PM | Large number of schedules

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Although I don't like it in some instances, this may be a good candidate for making these rooms into seperate projects with all the interior data in the project and just the shell linked in.

 

If you did this, you could set up all your schedules and sheets for one unit then use this as a template for your other units.


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Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 12:51:41 PM | Large number of schedules

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I know what you mean, but I'd end up with lots of linked projects & potentially lose the printing / coordination benefits. I was hoping to be able to coordiate all the ceiling layouts & M&E in one place. I think the main issue is not being able to filter schedules in the project browser, I'll have to scroll through them each time!

This hasn't been changed in future releases has it, we do a lot of data sheets & it would be a very handy function?


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Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 2:00:29 PM | Large number of schedules

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Simply name the schedule so that they sort - then put the correct name in the Schedule itself.


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Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 5:56:18 PM | Large number of schedules

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BTW ... set up one set of schedules then just copy for all the others and change your filter.


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