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How to create a master material list

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Is is possible to put pricing to a material in a master database? I am trying to find a way to setup base pricing for items that will work

across projects. I want to be able to enter pricing for lumber once, for example, in a master list that can be used for all projects.

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Do you have a copy of the Reference Manual? It has your answer.

 

If not, I can upload one.

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I am using Designer Pro 2015. If you could upload one, that would be great.

 

You may remember my other post regarding trying to learn the application.

 

 

 

Thanks for you feed back, I will try to post any questions I have.

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I am giving it another attempt to see if I can grasp on to this application.

 

My reason for trying my hand at this is I have a garage that I want to add on to.

 

This is a picture of the garage as it is to start.

 

 

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Which direction will you be extending the garage?

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to the left when looking at the front.

 

I'm not sure what to do. I want to design something that would mold into the existing.

 

It would be great if I could get some ideas.

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How big (footprint)? What about ceiling height? What will you use the space for? Will it need garage doors?

 

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Eric,

 

I never saw them in that way. It makes me rethink things.

 

I really like these.

 

I'll get back to you with more details.

 

Thanks very much for your input.

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How big (footprint)? What about ceiling height? What will you use the space for? Will it need garage doors?

 

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Im planning on shooting for 40x40 added to existing 20x22.

The ceiling as high as possible without looking industrial.

I will be using the new area for restoration and servicing of my autos.

I'm hoping to have a second floor that I can put my woodworking tools in. 

Realizing this may take same structural steel to carry the weight of the tools

and materials.

 

I really like the concepts you put together.

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