• cadmovie1503_08 – BIM for Landscape – Part 8

    Reporting – This is an extremely useful part of the Building Information Modeling. When your objects are created using the techniques we have described, they can be reported in a worksheet. The information in your report depends on the information you have attached to your objects.

  • Landmark_SIG_067 Special Interest Group February (pm) 2015

    This session looked at the challenges (bugs) encountered when counting plants in a worksheet, especially in regard of their height, spread and quantity. It also covered in detail how to create your own report (worksheet, schedule), how to edit an existing report (with its many record formats), showed the quickest…

  • Landmark_SIG_066 Special Interest Group February (am) 2015

    This session looked at the best tool to use when creating planted or landscaped areas: Plant tool, Landscape Area tool, Hardscape tool, or Texture Bed tool and how to edit them (e.g. content, plant types, spacing, as well as visually). Both the Plant and the Landscape Area tool enable plants…

  • Podcast 210 – Why is my Vectorworks Plant Schedule Wrong?

    When you use the standard Vectorworks Plant counting schedule, it does not always count the spacing, height and spread accurately. The problem is that Vectorworks multiplies the values of these by the number of plants or the number of plant groups that you have in the file. The solution that…

  • BIM_SIG_047 Architect Special Interest Group June 2014 (am)

    This was a session that started to look at reporting materials. Starting with simple walls, we looked at how to report the areas and materials from them. Then we created more complex walls and looked at how to report the different materials from the walls.

  • podcast 185 – Uses for Record Formats

    There is almost no end the the uses for Record Formats. Many Vectorworks objects have their own Records attached, but if that is not enough, you can create your own Records and attach it to the objects you want.

  • Interactive Workshops May 2014 – Back to Basics – Worksheets

    Worksheets allow you count and schedule items in Vectorworks. For example you can count all the trees in a site, schedule all the doors on a particular floor of a project, count up and schedule even find the weight of a bracket in a 3D model. Worksheets are an underused…

  • Most People Don’t Use the Power of Vectorworks

    I was teaching some of my clients the other day and I mentioned being able to count the number of symbols in the plan. We were looking at the interior design of commercial projects. They were not aware that you could count all the symbols easily with worksheets. Counting the…

  • Landmark_SIG_026 Special Interest Group May 2013

    This was the first session for the landmark special interest group. The users decided that they would like to learn more about worksheets, especially how to combine a worksheet that would count the planting, hardscape, and landscaped areas. If you do create this kind of worksheet it’s possible to save…

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