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Slab data Area Take-off

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Kind of!  If you plug in the =ComponentArea formula into a database header, you can extract some information that way.  For example, putting in =ComponentArea(1) will give you the area for the first component of that slab.  It's handy only if all of your slab components have the same area/amount of space.


There may be a way to get the entire area listed, but nothing comes to mind.  The Help Guide lists a lot of 'em, but it may require some digging.




Hope that helps! :)

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Thanks @VeryCrunchyTaco!

The =ComponentArea is working for this worksheet. I definitely need to dig deeper into the functions for the other worksheets I am trying to create though.

Do you know if the list you sent a link to shows all the available functions, or are there more out there?

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