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#7095 01/21/02 09:12 PM
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Anyone out there have a link to some panel software uploads so we can all make stickers and stick on the inside of the panels with company logo and all that ?? Ive been searching all over and no luck yet.. It seems like there would be tons of free ones out there ?? let me know and if I find one first I will write back and fill everyone in! Thanks !!!!!! "whyrag"

#7096 01/21/02 09:35 PM
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File not available now.....

[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 05-18-2005).]


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#7097 01/22/02 02:19 PM
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Sounds like a good program, but I can't get it to run. I get a "runtime error 31037". Maybe its just my computer.

#7098 01/22/02 05:27 PM
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I had the software for what you need , but lost it when my PC took a dump, been searching for it again as you have , it was a free download. If I find it again I'll let you know where

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Thanks Joe ! But I am having trouble because it will not load up and do anything ! I think I am going to use microsoft picture it 2001 and try somthing new ! But still I think there should be more programs out there for that. It seem's it would be a great free program to attract customers into buying other electrical programs. Thanks alot anyway though !!! " Whyrag "

#7100 01/24/02 04:55 PM
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I also had a problem when loading the software. I searched the net and found Panel version 4.5, which worked just fine.

When I have time I'll post it on my website. (I'm out of commission right now after being rear-ended by a police officer.) Hopfully I'll be back at work next week and get you guys the link.

[This message has been edited by ftl-eric (edited 01-24-2002).]

#7101 01/24/02 06:06 PM
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Hello All: I just finished downloading and installing the shareware version of this software, that can be used as long as you want but is restricted in its use.


[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 01-24-2002).]


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#7102 01/24/02 08:31 PM
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Uninstall the program and reinstall it to get 30 more circuits. lol.

#7103 01/27/02 04:24 PM
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I used microsoft picture it 2001 for some nice lable and then i searched around and found this nice 30 day trial program.. I think that I will buy this one ! Check it out at http://www.smartdraw.com very nice ! See ya, "whyrag"

#7104 01/28/02 12:20 AM
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My [constant] suggestions are:

<OL TYPE=1>

[*] Use a Word Processor program - such as MS Word, Lotus Word Pro, or Word Perfect - for creating I.D. labels and simple Panel Directories, plus create and / or attach a Company Logo to Directories,

[*] Use a Spreadsheet program - such as MS Excel, or Lotus 1,2,3 - or a database program - such as MS Access, or Lotus Approach - to create Panel Schedules, SCA calculation sheets, Voltage Drop Calc sheets and Load Calc sheets. You can also import your logo to these sheets.
</OL>

The drawback[s] here would be the need to create your own "Template" sheets from scratch, plus if you do not already own the program it would be an investment of at least $150.
Also you will need to learn the program.

Pre-made aplications, such as the one mentioned in this thread, are great for the end-user which doesn't have time to create templates, or does not own the Word Processor / Spreadsheet applications [or fully understand how to use them if already owned]I mentioned above.

Good luck!

Scott S.E.T.


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