There are a number of different options for adding numbers to the parts in your final list.
This allows you to enter a starting number to begin from. For instance – if you enter 11 then the first part in your parts list will be 11. This can be useful if your parts list is a continuation from another DWG.
This is the text that precedes your number. For instance – if you enter EX then your numbers would look like the following EX001, EX002 etc.
This is the text that follows your number. For instance – if you enter SX then your numbers would like the following: 001SX, 002SX etc.
You can either precede you number with 00, 0 or have no formatting at all. For instance – if you select 00 then the number 10 would appear as 010.
You can mix the different options together should you wish to create numbering such as the following:
PR-001sf, PR-002sf, PR-003sf or…
03-sf, 04-sf, 05-sf etc.
Because the final parts list will eventually be an AutoCAD table you can edit the numbers to appear exactly as you wish.
Once you are happy with the number formatting simply click the “Apply Numbering” button to apply the numbers to your list.