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DOUBLE ELECTRICAL CALLOUTS

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Hello All...

I get double callouts in my floor plan for the electrical symbols.

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Here is my schedule dbx.

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I'm at "wits end" trying to figure out how to only show the schedule number in plan, circle callout,  and hide the symbol number, oblong callout.   

Thanks!

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I think the only way that can happen is if you have another schedule that has been misplaced somewhere like a cad detail.

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Like CS , i would suspect a Electrical Schedule is in a CAD Detail too or on a Level you haven't looked on in Plan,

since this usually (only?) happens if two schedules are reporting the Callouts

 

do you have one perhaps in your Template Plan in a CAD Detail so it is always there

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Guys you are right... I forgot that my template has a CAD detail drawings with schedules pre populated.   THANKS SO MUCH :)

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