Create a change order proposal or CCN.
- [Instructor] Now that we have a job, or project, set up,…you can see a home screen for that project.…There's a lot of columns across the top…with a lot of information that you can sort by or view.…You can even kind of move this bar along…and look at all the different options.…You can customize this and add and subtract these…if you want to.…You'll also notice down here that the program…is starting to kind of keep track of what we have.…Remember, we entered the base contract, and it's down here.…Once we start adding some change notices or change orders,…some of these numbers are gonna fill in.…
Let's go ahead and start one.…You can use the new CCN icon.…It's gonna ask you for a new job.…Really, what it's looking for is a new construction…change notice number.…It might be number one, or you may not start…with number one.…Whatever customer numbering is being used by your project.…I'll use one just for an example.…Okay, here we are, now we can kinda take a look around.…Maybe I wanna add a description here.…You only have a limited amount of text you can put here,…
- Program setup
- Adjusting defaults
- Performing takeoffs
- Copying items and assemblies
- Using screens
- Changing report styles
- Working with extensions
- Closing a change order
Skill Level Beginner
Construction Estimating Extensionwith Christopher Randall17m 22s Beginner
Construction Estimating Takeoffwith Christopher Randall23m 23s Beginner
Learning Construction Estimatingwith Christopher Randall15m 22s Beginner
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Learning Trimble Accubid Prowith Christopher Randall38m 51s Beginner
1. Program Setup and Job Creation
2. Customizing Your CCN and Reports
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