Join Christopher Randall for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Trimble Accubid ChangeOrder.
- [Chris] I hope you've enjoyed learning…the core features of Accubid ChangeOrder Pro.…You should now have a good understanding…of how to use the program, how to create…and price change orders for your customer…with accuracy, perfect math, and in a customized…report that gives the exact amount of information…in the exact format that you both want.…There are many settings and options…to customize the look and feel of ChangeOrder,…and the reports that it produces.…Take your time and set up the program…with your company's information,…your labor rates, and your favorite…report options and screen styles.…
Explore and sample the different options…when creating change notices in the reports.…Thanks for watching, and don't forget…to check out our library of other Accubid…and construction estimating courses.…
- Program setup
- Adjusting defaults
- Performing takeoffs
- Copying items and assemblies
- Using screens
- Changing report styles
- Working with extensions
- Closing a change order
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1. Program Setup and Job Creation
2. Customizing Your CCN and Reports
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