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    Default Ductwork Fitting Connection Take Off

    Im producing a schedule for ductwork pieces & fittings. I would like to include any take-offs in the schedule. for example a 800x800 x 1400 long duct piece may have either square duct or round duct spigots connected to it.
    can this be flagged that piece number xx (square duct) has spigots connected

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    Russell Hier

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    Default Re: Ductwork Fitting Connection Take Off

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    Please see attached image for reference.
    Take piece number 400. It has piece number 401, 403, & 405 that is to be manufactured with these pieces connected in the factory. i have schedule that i have created with all of the manufacturing details that are required.
    is there a way that i can highlight on the schedule that automatically displays that piece numbers 401, 403, & 405 are connected to the base piece 400

    cheers in advance
    rustific
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