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    Group Multiple Pole Breakers on Schedule

    I can't remember where the setting is to group multiple pole breakers like the attached pic. Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dzatto View Post
    I can't remember where the setting is to group multiple pole breakers like the attached pic. Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
    I think it's the "Display multiple rows for multi-phase circuits" setting under Manage Panel Schedule Templates. It's unchecked and grayed out in my settings.

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    I thought of that first, but it's grayed out for me as well. I checked a previous project that has them set up correctly, and it's grayed out and unchecked there as well. So, i don't think that's it. I seem to remember a drop down for that, but I can't find it anywhere. I think it said group circuits or something like that.

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    Found it!!! Finally...
    Systems tab, Electrical setting, panel schedules, check "merge multi-poled circuits into single cell".
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    This might achieve the same result.

    Quote Originally Posted by dzatto View Post
    Found it!!! Finally...
    Systems tab, Electrical setting, panel schedules, check "merge multi-poled circuits into single cell".

    I think you can use the "Show Circuit Number on one row for Multi-phased circuits" in the Panel editor too... Not sure if it does the same thing or something different...
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    Nope, that just labels all 3 circuits in one line. I was trying to merge the cells of the 3 circuits. It's the same info, shown a different way.

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    Is there a way to tag only one circuit in plan view? When I tag the homerun, I get all three circuits. I'd like to only see the middle circuit, like it is on the panel schedule.

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