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Feb 10 2014

Tip of the day

Here is a little known feature with in CodeBook that could completely change the structure of how you organise your project. Nested rooms

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The nested room function can be accessed by right clicking on the project explorer and selecting “Modify Room Nesting”

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This allows CodeBook to nest rooms with in each other, the benefit of such is there required and designed areas are calculated as a total space rather than separate (although the latter is still possible)
As this feature is used there is scope to also include required and designed equipment lists in this feature.

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