Creating a new spec is simple using Spec Editor. Watch as Irene Radcliffe goes through the steps to create a brand new project spec.
- [Instructor] Now that we have a good understanding…of specs and catalogs,…let's just jump right in and create a brand new spec.…So first we're going to go up to our file, and new,…and we're going to create a spec.…Now let's just take a look at the options we have here…before I hit that.…We can create a brand new spec,…in which case we will be populating…everything from the catalog,…or we can create a spec from existing.…If you have something that's close,…it's always easier to take that existing one and edit,…but it's up to you, that's a judgment call.…
If you feel it's quicker to start a new one,…create a new one.…If you feel it's quicker to start from existing,…you can do that too.…So we're going to create the spec,…and we're going to give that spec a name.…First I'm going to come out to our desktop,…exercise files, 02 02 create a new spec,…and we're going to call this one "LI CS 150",…and we'll hit save.…Now I'm going to give it a description…just so we can see how this works.…
So I'm going to look at this one…
- Using part filters
- Modifying parts
- Adding new parts to a catalog
- Using the Spec Editor
- Creating a new spec
- Adding components to a spec
- Editing parts
- Using Part Use Priority
- Editing specs in Excel
- Setting up and modifying a branch table
- Testing components and branch tables
Skill Level Beginner
AutoCAD P&ID Essential Training: Administratorwith Irene Radcliffe3h 35m Intermediate
AutoCAD P&ID Essential Training: Userwith Irene Radcliffe3h 36m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
4. Branch Tables
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