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I seem to be having a problem that I am at my wits end with.  It appears that my plan is showing double callouts for all my windows and I can't seem to figure out how to get rid of them.  I have tried deleting my window schedule and then inserting it again but nothing.  Has anyone else had this issue before?

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Never mind guys I figured it out.  Looks as if I went to the attic and added the dormers windows for a second floor window schedule and it added the second callouts.  I just deleted the additional window schedule on the attic level and they all went away. 

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