Explore the use of the graph function and the quote pad.
- [Instructor] We're gonna take a quick look…at the graph and quote pad tabs.…They're not used that often in change order…because of its very powerful report feature.…However, we'll breeze through them real quick…and see what they're all about.…First the graph tab.…Just like Classic Pro, it's gonna kind of…give you a few options here.…If you wanna look at some graphs…of breakdowns of different attributes of the estimate.…For the most part, the actual cost breakdown…is the best one you're gonna get.…
It's gonna show everything in percentages.…If you like to analyze things by looking at a graph,…that's great, but it's not gonna be included in your report.…Next, the quote pad.…Very similar, again, to Accubid Classic Pro.…If you wanted to give some sort of quotation on paper,…you could use the quote pad and set up…whatever default language you're going to use.…However, once you view and use the report feature,…you probably won't get into the quote pad that much.…
But it is here for your using.…
- 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
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1. Program Setup and Job Creation
2. Customizing Your CCN and Reports
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