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 +====== Material list ======
 +Material used in a drawing can be collected in a material list. These material lists can be saved, printed, or exported to other specification programs as GAEB-file.
  
 +===== Create =====
 +=== Description===
 +Materials used in the drawing can be saved in form of a material list. As a result, the materials are available across drawings and can be printed and exported separately. For this, the position in the [[Massenbaum]] is important when starting the function. The export always refers to the sub-group and the therein contained materials. An export of all used materials can be achieved by marking the top folder in the object tree (usually the group //All//).
 +
 +=== Method ===
 +Start the command with Menu **Material > Material list > Create**.
 +
 +The program collects the used materials and saves them as selection in the material catalogue. If the generation of the list was successful a notification will inform you about this.
 +
 +{{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0051.png?​nolink|}}
 +
 +Is the plant list for this drawing generated a second time, another notification appears inquiring whether the existing list is to be overwritten. **[Yes]** overwrites the list, **[No]** creates another (second) list.
 +
 +To edit or review an existing list the material catalogue has to be opened with the Menu **Material > Material catalogue** (see also [[Materialkataloge]]).
 +
 +With {{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0021.png?​nolink|}} **Selections** the existing material lists are displayed, where the name is generated by the name from the drawing and the group name. (eg. //​POS_MAT.DWG:​open space, road construction//​). ​
 +\\ {{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0022.png?​nolink|}}
 +
 +Is a list marked, further editing functions can be accessed with right-clicking the mouse, for example the Export function.\\ ​
 +{{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0023.png?​nolink|}}
 +
 +----
 +
 +===== Print =====
 +=== Desription ===
 +Materials used in the drawing can be conveniently printed from the [[Material-Manager]]. The location in the [[Massenbaum]] is important when executing the function. The export refers always to the sub-groups and the therein contained materials. The export of all used materials can be achieved by marking the group on top of the object tree (usually the group //All//) when executing the function.
 +
 +=== Method ===
 +Start the function with Menu **Material > Material list > Print**. ​
 +
 +The program collects the used materials and opens a dialogue which displays the print preview. On the left side parameters can be specified that control the appearance of the list.\\ {{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat014.png?​nolink|}}
 +
 +A material list printed from the **Material-Manager** will not be saved automatically. If you want to save the list you have to use the function **Create material list** (see chapter above).
 +
 +----
 +
 +===== Export as GAEB-file =====
 +=== Description ===
 +Materials used in the drawing can be conveniently exported from the **Material-Manager** as GAEB-file to import them into other specification programs. The location in the [[Massenbaum]] is important when executing the function. The export refers always to the sub-groups and the therein contained materials. The export of all used materials can be achieved by marking the group on top of the object tree (usually the group //All//) when executing the function.
 +
 +=== Method ===
 +Start the function with Menu **Material > Material list > as GAEB-file**. ​
 +
 +The program collects the used materials and opens a dialogue **Export GAEB** to specify the saving location.\\ {{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0017.png?​nolink|}}
 +
 +If in the area **File** no record of the saving location is set, by activating the button **[Change]** you can choose the location. A further dialog opens, where you can set the location. The file type **//​*.d81//​** is set by default, but is not of concern at this point and can be retained.\\ {{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0028.png?​nolink|}} ​
 +
 +When you have chosen the name of the file and confirmed it with **[Save]**, you will return to the dialogue **Export GAEB**. Then, the exact specification for the content of the file follows (formatting). Besides different data exchange phases (**DA**) the **sorting**,​ as well as the item schemes (**OZ-mask**) can be setup. For this, the structure of the specification in which the materials are to be imported needs to be considered.
 +
 +A material list exported from the **Material-Manager** as GAEB-file will not be saved automatically. If you want to save the list you have to use the function **Create material list** (see chapter above).
 +
 +----
 +
 +===== Export as CSV-file=====
 +=== Description ===
 +Materials used in the drawing can be conveniently exported from the Object-Manager as CSV-file to import them into other table calculation programs. The location in the object tree is important when executing the function. The export refers always to the sub-groups and the therein contained materials. The export of all used materials can be achieved by marking the group on top of the object tree (usually the group //All//) when executing the function.
 +
 +=== Method ===
 +Start the function with Menu **Material > Material list > as CSV-file**.
 +
 +program collects the used materials and opens a dialogue to specify the saving location. Then, the materials are saved with the attributes of an ASCII-file (separated with comma).
 +
 +{{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0024.png?​nolink|}}
 +
 +A material list exported from the Material-Manager as **//​CSV//​**-file will not be saved automatically. If you want to save the list you have to use the function **Create material list** (see chapter above).
 +
 +----
 +
 +===== Export to Excel =====
 +=== Description ===
 +Materials used in the drawing can be conveniently exported from the **Material-Manager** to Excel. The location in the object tree is important when executing the function. The export refers always to the sub-groups and the therein contained materials. The export of all used materials can be achieved by marking the group on top of the object tree (usually the group //All//) when executing the function.
 +
 +=== Method ===
 +Start the function with Menu **Material > Material list > to Excel**.
 +
 +The program collects the used materials and opens a dialogue to specify the saving location for a CSV-file. Then, the materials are saved with the attributes of an ASCII-file (separated with comma).
 +
 +{{:​produkte:​cad:​planung:​mat0025.png?​nolink|}}
 +
 +After that, Excel is opend and the file displayed. Columns that are not required can be deleted.
 +
 +A material list exported from the Material-Manager as **//​GAEB//​**-file will not be saved automatically. If you want to save the list you have to use the function **Create material list** (see chapter above).