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Mon, Jan 8, 2007 at 6:12:17 PM | Graphical Column Schedule - Formatting

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My project has almost 300 Columns which I want to show on Graphical Column Schedules. The schedule was created and then formatted to give the required Top, Btm and Intermediate levels with 15 Graphical Columns across the page.  This page was then duplicated for the next 15 Columns. However the duplication does not maintain the level formatting and all un-wanted levels were switched back on.  I have tried both Duplicating and Duplicating with Detailing (what is that option supposed to do?) but both methods gave the same result.

Does anyone know if there is a way to create the additional sheet with the required formatting that has been set-up on the first sheet?


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Tue, Jan 9, 2007 at 9:41:34 AM | Graphical Column Schedule - Formatting

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I know this isn't the answer you're really hoping for, but since you asked.  Duplicate with detailing duplicated whatever you are copying along with any detail items that are included with it.  This allows you to duplicate a view (for instance) with/without all the detail lines or filled regions and text notes that you have included.

 

I'll check on the scheduling issue and see if I can find a solution, till then, good luck and keep us updated with anything you find. 


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Tue, Jan 9, 2007 at 12:57:38 PM | Graphical Column Schedule - Formatting

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Thanks for clarification on Duplicate with Detailing.

Worked out the Graphic Column Schedule and basically I made an error trying to create more than one schedule which turned out to be unnecessary.  I created the schedule with all 300 columns the used the properties box to format the sheet with which Levels I wanted displayed.  Realising I would only get 15 Columns per sheet I used the Column Location Start and End to determine the number of Columns.  Then I duplicated the sheet, renamed it schedule 2 and changed the range for the Start and End - This worked ok but I had to address the Displayed Levels & Column Range in every duplication I created.  Result was fine but too much tedious work involved.

Answer - Just follow the Step by Step guide under the Tutorials for "Creating Multiple Sheets for the Graphical Column Schedule"

You create 1 Schedule Only - Format the Levels and how many Columns to display in each Segment (my case 15). This created several Schedules Segments above each other, all with 15 Columns dispayed. Create the amount of Drawing Sheets you require for the Schedules and Drag the schedule onto each sheet.

Click the viewport properties and select which Schedule Segments to display (1 of 20, 2 of 20 etc). Results are perfect.

 


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