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  1. Hi, (NEWBIE VW2021/ConnectCAD) - transitioning from ACAD. Our AV schematics normally show the power and data outlets we need to be provided by another contractor (electrical/ICT/main contractor etc) to install (either in a floor box, under the floor, in a wall outlet or even in the ceiling. The same goes for power outlets. What is the recommended Vectorworks workflow to not only show these outlets in a schematic but to synchronise them with the outlets shown on a floor layout (both ways)? (I guess that also applies for other devices that are located in a room not just rack based things - like a projector) The schematic will need a device or similar symbol to represent it, and the layout will need a 3D representation of the object so it can be detailed in elevations etc, and a (low detail) symbol so that the electrical contractor can design their package. Then all of this needs to be scheduled (including the location of the outlet either floor, wall, ceiling etc..) Thanks, Ross
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