Tracy Reider from Datum Filing Systems Inc. presents "INTEGRATED STORAGE PLANNING, DESIGN AND SOLUTIONS" during the Sustainable Learning Environments...The Green $$$ in Green Design Workshop hosted and presented by the Office for Sustainability at the University of Texas - Pan American in Edinburg, Texas, March 6, 2012. Ms. Reider discusses the variety of storage options there are for offices and other businesses in organizational efforts as well as space-saving options. The presentation was introduced by Marianella Quiroga-Quintanilla, Director of Sustainable Programs for the Office for Sustainability at UTPA.
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Change the WCS on a file made in inventor in Mastercam.
Over 365 days since my the Evernote tour video, time to refresh how I use Evernote with the Evernote Tour 2018! It's Evernote Tour 2018 time. Let's explore how I get to use Evernote on a daily basis, as well as exploring the brand new Spaces feature inside of Evernote. This is my full set-up, very much overdue, but should give you all you need to make changes or adapt your own Evernote. Evernote is a powerful note-taking resource which I've been using for around 7 years now, maybe more. It's been my hub of essential notes and valuable information, easy to access on the go and perfect for getting things done. This video will dive into features, tools I'm using in Evernote to make the most of the experience. I'll also dive into Spaces, the new Evernote feature, that introduces a new way for teams to use Evernote on a day to day basis, almost like a dashboard for them to pin, organise and find notes at a glance, rolling out to personal accounts too. ▶ MENTIONED: Enrico's Tag Set-up: http://bit.ly/2tkhzTf New Spaces launch: http://bit.ly/2oSx2oo My last Evernote set-up: http://bit.ly/2e6U7kk Tools They Use podcast: https://apple.co/2EIyEsi ▶ GET EVERNOTE: http://bit.ly/2oMD3DP (Affiliate code) ▶ SUBSCRIBE TO KEEP PRODUCTIVE: http://bit.ly/2wnQP1i ___ // LEARN MORE ABOUT KEEP PRODUCTIVE // 🎙 Become a listener of the Tools They Use podcast: https://apple.co/2EIyEsi 🏠 Join the official Facebook community: http://bit.ly/2k9Pn0P 🐦 Follow with updates on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2FKUoUF 📧 Sign-up to the monthly e-newsletter: http://bit.ly/2fE9QcS 📋 Enrol on Skillshare for productivity classes: http://skl.sh/2CT4mk7 📅 Contact the Keep Productive team: firstname.lastname@example.org 📷 Go Behind the Scenes on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2fX7we0 ___ // VIDEO DETAILS Filmed & Edited by Francesco D’Alessio Business inquiries & submissions | email@example.com // MUSIC USED: Artist: Nicolai Heidlas Title: Pacific Sun Download the song here: www.hooksounds.com/royalty-free-music/pacific-sun/ // ABOUT OUR MISSION Keep Productive is a community dedicated to helping you find the best productivity applications and achieving your goals through interviews/advice with experts in the productivity field. We’re continually growing an evolving towards the mission of being supportive to your every day productivity. // DISCLAIMER All opinions expressed are my own. In some of my videos, I’ve started to include affiliate codes/links to earn a small commission if you make a purchase. I’ll If you choose to use them, thank you for supporting the channel! ▶ THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.keepproductive.com
Datum installed a MobileTrak® System in the gymnasium area of the Souderton Area High School to help them organize their sports equipment. The system was painted and the laminates were selected to match the school's colors for added school spirit.
This Tech Tip Video from Canadian Measurement – Metrology shows how to make custom header reports in your PC-DMIS program. Hello, and welcome back to my PC-DMIS tech tip tutorial series. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create your very own customized report window header. In a previous tutorial, we focused only on the cell with the PC-DMIS logo. Today, we'll explore some of the editing options available in the other cells. Topics I'd like to cover are understanding the default template, working with label templates, editing cells, and, finally, using tracefields to enter variable data. So let's have a closer look at this default report window header and examine how each cell relates to information found in our edit window. So we'll first start by looking at Part Name, Rev Number, and Serial Number. So that should sound familiar to you because that's the information we add when we create a new part program. So you can see here, it's asking us for part name, rev number, and serial number. Revision and serial number are optional. Part name is required. So if we do enter information there, you will see that in our edit window up here at the top. So we can change that after the fact. I'll just show you. Just type in a new name here. And when I refresh my report, you can see how that information is plugged into that cell. Just because all three cells have a formula that relates the two from the edit window to the report window. The date and time are reading the window's date and time from the operating system. That's just a quick explanation of the default template. So now, I'll show you how to edit this template using the label template editor. So before we open the label template editor, we first need to know the name of the template we wish to edit. The easiest way to do that is to just mouse over the report header, and the tool tip will display the template name. So you can see there it's called FILE_HEADER.LBL. That's the label template we'll be working with. To open the label template editor from the Menu bar, we'll select File, Reporting, Edit, and Label Template. So let's give it a click. Okay, so let's first find our file, FILE_HEADER.LBL. There it is right there. So before we start editing, it's always a good idea to make a backup copy, just in case things go wrong, and we want to start over or just reload the original template. Okay, so let's copy this and paste it. So there we go. So there's our copy just in case. And now, let's open the original. Minimize the edit window. There we go. So there's our label template editor. So before I start creating my own custom template, I usually make a sketch of the template that I'm after. Just makes the process go a little smoother, a little more efficiently. So you can see my sketch here. I've added an extra row. I've included some custom information, CMM operator, for example. And I've changed the company logo. Okay, so let's get started. First thing I'd like to do, give the header a single click and grab this handle here, this little green box, and just drag it down. It just gives us a larger canvas to work on. So the next thing I'll do is add that extra row. So what we need to do is give the header a single click, then a right-click. And over here, you can see our grid control object is open. You'll notice the number of columns is 7, number of rows is 2. So I'll leave it at seven columns, but I want to increase the rows to three. Then we'll just drag that handle down again, and there we go. So now we have three rows. The next thing I want to do is merge some of these cells and edit some of the data. So let's focus on the logo section right now. So the first thing I'll do is unmerge these cells here. So this is actually two cells merged. And what I want to to ultimately is merge all three. So first step, right-click, Unmerge Cells, and click Apply and then OK. So now, we have three cells. So now, I'll grab all three, right-click again, and merge them, Apply, OK. There we go. So that's how you do it. So you have to unmerge them first and then merge all three. Thanks for joining me. And we'll see you next time. About Canadian Measurement-Metrology Inc. CMM is North America's foremost independent measurement solutions provider. We sell new and used coordinate measuring machines, provide measuring services, upgrade and repair your systems. Canadian Measurement Metrology - Coordinate Measuring Machines - http://www.cmmxyz.com/ Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/CMM-Equipment-and-Measurement-Services/186252594728224 Get the latest on Twitter - https://twitter.com/CMMxyz Follow CMM Inc. on LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/company/canadian-measurement---metrology-inc. Learn more about CMM on our blog - http://www.cmmxyz.com/new-reviews Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/CMMXYZvideo/
Assigning the UCS origin to a reference location can facilitate locating new objects and moving or copying objects to a position relative to other objects in the drawing.