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June 26, 2009


Elrond Burrell

Great tip!

I used to use this for keynotes on contract documentation. At the time we also added an instance parameter for sheet reference (manual entry unfortunately) and then filtered the note block (schedule) for placement on each sheet. (1 schedule per sheet.) It's not as long winded as it seems because once you place all the 'keynotes' on the sheet you can select all and update the sheet reference.

In some ways it is actually superior to the built in keynoting because you can have succinct notes on the drawing and lengthy descriptions in the schedule. No link to materials properties though.

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What kind of blocks is this?

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