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Printing Panel Schedules to Label Panels in the Field

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Use the Print Distribution Equipment Schedule command to print a version of the panel schedule that you can use to label your panels in the field.

Ribbon: DM Electrical->Distribution Equipment-> dm_elec-panelSch-printHtml Print Distribution Equipment Schedule

Pulldown Menu: DM Electrical->Distribution Equipment Schedules->Print Distribution Equipment Schedule

The panel schedule will be created as an HTML file that you can view in your browser. Use your browser to print the schedule.

Several options are available that allow you to control the information included in the header and for each circuit. You should be able to get a format that includes the information you want.

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