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Changing how the cut list prints?
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HI Greg,

Here’s a video to explain how to export cutting lists to a spread sheet.

You can use the same method to export to any program that can read txt files.

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https://vimeo.com/wooddesigner…..b8a1f0b3f5

Hope this is helpful,

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Hi Greg, just to let you know we’re putting some advice together on this. Please bear with us. All the best, Stefan

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Hi Ness,

Thanks for the help/tip. However, I must be doing something wrong… I’m getting nothing but garbage!

I’ve tried several different ways of formatting Excel and I even had my son help!

This looks very straight forward and almost easy…? I would really appreciate any help you could offer.

Thanks, 

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Hi Greg,

The best way to have complete control over the cutting lists is to export them in text CSV format and load them into a spread sheet.

To do this just click “Cutting list> ASCII Export”.

This function is in all versions on Polyboard including the LITE.

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Once you know how to do it, it’s very easy and fast and enables you to set up quickly personalised documents.

All the best,

Ness

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Hi, Is there a way to change how Polyboard prints out the cut list? I need to adjust the size of the cells and I'm also in need of moving/arranging the cells. I've looked all over the forum and cant find anything on how to adjust or eliminate cells when you print out the cut list.
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