When starting a project one of the first things we should do is go to File>Info>Project Info and fill in all the information about our project. The AutoText placed around project should then reveal this information in all the right places – schedule, master templates, worksheets etc When using AutoText ensure that whatever format you
Do you have forms that you need to fill in on every job? The one that springs to mind for me is the Building consent Application files. Heres a simple tip to help you. Download the PDF copy of your forms and place them onto a layout, This means the form is already there and
When you load a new project you will notice that the Master Layout will contain Autotext fields such as #Client Name and #Architect etc To fill in this information so you can use this handy Autotext fields go to File>Info>Project Info There you can fill in all the information about your project and be able
If you use ArchiCADs Autotext for common notes like Roof Falls, if your roof pitch changes you can change all the instances at once by updating the Project Info. File > Info > Project Info…, hit New and add your text, then use the Text tool to place. If the pitch changes go back to
You can create your own Autotext values by browsing to File > Info > Project Info and pressing the “New” button. Any new values will then be available via the Project Info Category in the Autotext browser.