Archive of Tag: Tip of the Week

11 Nov
Tip of the Week – Common Scaled Layouts CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   Can I print my layout in a commonly used scale? Yes! – Layouts can be printed off in a...

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9 Nov
Tip of the Week – Area Volume (AVM) CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   I need to estimate an area in cubic yards for a concrete slab. Is there a way to do...

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4 Nov
Tip of the Week – Creating Usage Notes CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   Can you create a note for a specific set of products within your material list and have a reference...

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21 Oct
Tip of the Week – Creating a Report Note CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   How can I create a note and have it show in my report?   When performing a take-off, an...

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6 Oct
Tip of the Week – Dockable Windows CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   What are Dockable Windows and how will they help?   Dockable Windows are windows that the user can relocate...

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25 Sep
Tip of the Week – Rename and Remove Custom Products CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   Have you created a custom product that you would like to rename or completely remove from your master template...

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21 Sep
Tip of the Week – Show Scale within Pages List CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   After scaling your pages, have you ever wanted to show scale in the Pages List?   During a takeoff,...

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27 May
Tip of the Week – Drywall Report CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   Do you need a drywall takeoff on your estimation project?   PrebuiltML can produce a drywall report based on...

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22 Apr
Tip of the Week – Waste Factor CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   Do you not have enough Rim material being shipped to each job? Adjust your Waste Factors to get it...

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5 Mar
Tip of the Week – Page Scaling CATEGORIES:

In this edition of  "Tip of the Week":   What if you have a roof drawn at 1/8" scale but your elevation/exterior is 1/4" scale? How do you...

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