Take a look at the totals function and manipulate it.
- [Instructor] We're almost all done entering all…the information for this change order.…Let's go to the Totals Screen.…This is very similar to the…Accubid Classic Pro Totals screen.…All the white or non-shaded cells can be filled in…for any adjustments you wanna make.…If you wanna make an adjustment on…the general materials,…if you wanna make additional markup…on the materials.…Maybe your material tax is 8% in your locality.…Maybe you're only making 10% overhead and 5%…markup on your change notices.…
These are adjustment percentages.…You may wanna put a certain percentage in…based on payment terms,…or other contract terms.…And here's the selling price, right here.…All the math is pretty much flawless.…You can see how everything works down.…And these summary items are basically the…screens or the tabs that we've already filled in.…This is the Totals screen,…and all these items are gonna make their way…onto the report which we'll cover very soon.…
- 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
Construction Estimating Bid Recapwith Christopher Randall33m 4s Intermediate
Learning Trimble Accubid Prowith Christopher Randall38m 51s Beginner
1. Program Setup and Job Creation
2. Customizing Your CCN and Reports
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