This is an alternative way to work with the Schedule Notes. 5.1 Go to Cadimage>Doors and Windows>Edit Notes Sets 5.2 Add a note Set 5.3 Click Add notes to the Set 5.4 Select the Door or Window, notice that you can either select the door in plan or in the Cadimage Schedule 5.5 Go to
Whether if you have added Notes to Doors or Windows in Plan or have assigned Note Sets, you can also work directly in the Schedule to add Notes instead. 4.1 Update or Create a Schedule (Cadimage>Doors and windows>Edit Schedule Settings). Remember to turn On the Notes in the schedule. 4.2. Select the Item (door or
After creating the Categories and Notes, you can apply notes to the Door or Windows in Plan view. 3.1 Select the door or window you want to edit in plan or 3D view 3.2 Go to Cadimage>Doors and Windows> Schedule Notes Palette 3.3 Click the Live box 3.4 Click the Add button 3.5 Select the
Once you have added the Categories to your project, start adding notes and assigning them with the right Category 2.1 In the Edit Schedule Notes Palette click the New note button 2.2 Type the Note 2.3 Assign the Category 2.4 Repeat the same process to create new notes.
In the image below you can see that I have made sure that all of my joinery sections and text lines up, giving the detail sheet a nice tidy look and feel. There is a very simple trick that I use to get my details to look like this. I have a Master layout for
Managing changes in Architectural documentation accurately and efficiently is crucial to smooth projects. Key Notes allows you to update and modify annotation throughout an entire project centrally. In addition to modifying existing notes the Find & Replace Keys allows you to replace one key notes with another in the entire or parts of a project.
You can embed time-stamped notes in your ArchiCAD file by going to the File menu, and choosing Info, Project Notes. This is good for leaving notes about what you have done so that other users can see them, or as reminders for yourself.