Interactive Workshops May 2014 – Back to Basics – Worksheets

Worksheets allow you count and schedule items in Vectorworks. For example you can count all the trees in a site, schedule all the doors on a particular floor of a project, count up and schedule even find the weight of a bracket in a 3D model. Worksheets are an underused area of VectorWorks and this workshop should open your eyes about what you are able to do with them.

Vectorworks offers the possibility of creating spreadsheets within the drawing. That means you can count things, create databases, extract information from objects and do mathematical operations and functions without having to leave Vectorworks.

These spreadsheets, or worksheets as they are called in Vectorworks, are linked to the source of information so the worksheet can be updated when the source changes or to put it another way, if you edit the things in the drawing the spreadsheet can be updated easily.

Session 1 (May 12th 2014)

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Session 2 (May 15th 2014 am)

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Session 3 (May 15th 2014 pm)

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