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    Default Creating Custom Tags

    Can anyone tell me where there is a good tutorial on creating custom tags and schedules? I have inherited quite a mess and I need to recreate door and window tags for some custom doors and windows. Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Creating Custom Tags

    The master of schedules!
    http://architects-desktop.blogspot.com/
    and his link to I thnk Matt Dillions articles on schedules
    http://architects-desktop.blogspot.c...resources.html

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    Default Re: Creating Custom Tags

    Look in the ATP archives for ATP071 (April 2005). That covers scheduling basics, which pretty much remain the same as they were back then. Command references will not be based on the 2010 ribbon interface, but the old pulldowns/toolbars, but that should not be a major deterent. When you are ready to tackle formula properties, have a look at ATP121 (June 2006).
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