Microstation Table Exporter
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Microstation Table Exporter is an Add-in for Microsoft Excel that easily and quickly exports tables from Excel to Microstation. Why do I need MSTE? What’s wrong with copy-paste? Microstation does not handle pasted tables very well on its own. Pasted tables come in to Microstation as pictures. Since Microstation handles pasted tables as pictures you cannot customize them as you might need to. Say you have a client that specifies what fonts and line weights your drawings are to be submitted in. Many clients want to have electronic copies of the finished product and will specify what levels to use. Since you cannot customize pasted tables, any tables that would need to be on your drawings would have to be draw manually. This can take a very long time, especially if there are multiple tables on multiple sheets.
Native Microstation Objects. MSTE brings your tables into Microstation as native Microstation objects. The borders are lines that you can select and edit and the text comes in as an actual text objects that you can adjust however you need Features: Translates Excel tables to native Microstation objects. Intuitive controls in Excel Ribbon. Single-click export. Maintains text justification. Maintains border configuration. Direct translation from Excel units to Microstation units. Adjustable import scale. Tables come in to Microstation as cells for easy management. Update notifications. How does it work? Once installed, MSTE adds a tab to your ribbon in Excel 2007+ and a new menu in earlier versions of Excel. To bring a table into Microstation simply select the range and click the “Export Selected” button. Now bring up your Microstation drawing and drop in your new table.
You might want to create a bill of materials in your DGN model. A good way to do that in MicroStation CONNECT is to use Item Types and the built-in reporting tool. If you are using MicroStation V8i then you should consider using tag elements. However, if legacy working practises have been less rigorous, you may have inherited a loosely-assembled collection of text elements in tabular format.
Microstation Table Exporter is a Microsoft Excel add-in that easily and quickly exports tables from Excel to Microstation. Why do i need MSTE? What’s wrong with copy-paste? Microstation doesn’t handle pasted tables very well on its own. Glued boards come to Microstation as pictures. Since Microstation handles pasted tables as images it is not possible to customize as you may need. Let’s say you have a client that specifies what fonts and line weights the designs should be submitted in. Many customers want to have electronic copies of the finished product and will specify which layers to use. Since it is not possible to customize pasted tables, all tables that should be on drawings will have to be drawn manually. This can take a long time, especially if there are multiple tables on multiple sheets.
Microstation native objects. MSTE brings your tables into Microstation as native Microstation objects. Borders are lines that you can select and edit text and it comes as a real text object that you can adjust however you need Features: Converts Excel tables to native Microstation objects. Intuitive commands in Excel ribbon. Single click export. Maintains the justification of the text. Maintains the border configuration. Direct translation from Excel units to Microstation units. Adjustable import scale. Tables come to Microstation as cells for easy management. Update notifications. How does it work? Once installed, MSTE adds a tab for your ribbon in Excel 2007+ and a new menu in earlier versions of Excel. To bring a table into Microstation simply select the range and click “Export Selected”. Now bring your Microstation design and drop into the new table.
If you installed the Autodesk Navisworks software with exporter plugins, and you install MicroStation software after Autodesk Navisworks is installed, you need to update your exporter plugins installation with the appropriate ARX plugins before you can use them.
A characteristic of a tabular layout of text is that it has no structure. To the human eye, of course, it has rows and columns that make sense. Unfortunately, since one text element has no connection with another text element, you can’t create a meaningful report. Furthermore, depending on the order in which the text elements were created, their order of appearance once exported may vary. That’s also true if you edit parts of the table: elements may be rewritten to the DGN file in a new order. If you attempt to export such a table you end up with a jumble of text. What you want is a neat set of rows, organised into columns. Once that’s done you can hope that an external application, such as Microsoft™ Excel®, can make some sense of your data. The Text Table Exporter VBA project implements spatial algorithms that sort text for us. You press the Export Text Table button, place a fence around the text table, and the VBA code does the hard work. What it does is to sort the text elements within the fence into a set of rows and columns. Each row is sorted by the text element’s X coordinate, and each column is sorted by each element’s Y coordinate. The result is the natural ordering that you might expect.
- TableBuilder is designed to export AutoCAD table and the table drawn with lines and text in AutoCAD (LT)/MicroStation to Excel. Also you can convert the table drawn with lines and text to AutoCAD native table.
- Export the table drawn with lines and text in AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation to Excel.
- Export the AutoCAD native table to Excel.
- Convert the table drawn with lines and texts in AutoCAD (LT) to the AutoCAD native table.
- What you see in AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation is what you get in Excel.
- Support for merged cell in AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation table.
- Support for double-line Border in AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation table.
- Support for border color.
- Support for text color.
- Support for text field in AutoCAD 2005 or later.
- Support for block attribute in AutoCAD (LT).
- More versatile Table Solutions. Ideal for:
- Panel Schedules
- Equipment Schedules
- Room Finish Schedules
- Door and Window Schedules
- Bills of Materials (BOM)
- Parts lists
- The easiEST AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation to Excel export tool in the world.
- Export AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation table to Excel Spreadsheet with One-Click button.
- Convert the drawn table to AutoCAD table.
- Support for border color in AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation Excel.
- Support for Unicode Encoding (Multi-language character sets, such as East
- Asian languages).
- Support for text color in AutoCAD (LT) / MicroStation Excel.
- Support for Math symbols etc.