About this task
Another method of creating a Spaces Tree is to drop data from a spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel 2007 and later). This method uses room and point schedule information to build a Spaces Tree.
This procedure assumes you have already set up your spaces in a spreadsheet. In general, use Figure 1 as an example of a spreadsheet setup. In the spreadsheet example used in this document, column 1 is the Parent-level generic space; column 2 is the Building-level space; column 3 is the Floor-level space; column 4 is the Room-level space.
- Click .
- The Spaces Tree Editor opens in the right pane. Click Edit.
- In Excel, select the columns and rows of data. Make sure your cursor is the click and drag cursor - four arrows pointing outwards.
Drag the data to the ADS/ADX in the base tree in the Spaces Tree Editor.
Figure 1. Example of Data from Spreadsheet in SCT
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