You can create cutouts for windows, stairways, etc. by right-clicking on an area and choosing Subtract from Section.
Check out some screen shots of our estimating software in action to get an idea of what it can really produce.
PlanSwift allows you to add as many overlays as needed. You can turn each one on or off by clicking the light-bulb next to it in the Pages window.
You can select single or multiple nodes and drag them to a new location. You can also double-click to add a node or right-click for delete and other options.
Batch Renaming of Plan Files
The Batch Rename tool allows you to quickly assign new names to your job image files. The 4 arrows on the tool allow you to skip to the corners of the page to view the page information.
Zoom in at any time by simply holding down the “M” key. You can also use your scroll wheel to zoom further while using this tool.
This feature is useful for determining measurements needed to accurately position walls and objects when working in the field.
Leave notes for yourself or others using the Note tool from the home tab on the toolbar. A blank note box can also be used to highlight existing plan material.
Export to Excel
Simply click the Export to Excel button to automatically send your estimator values to excel for final processing and bid preparation.
Drawing Arcs and Freehand
PlanSwift allows you to create an arc by simply pressing the “A” key and then clicking the arc midpoint. Freehand mode is activated by clicking and holding the mouse button.
PlanSwift allows you to overlay any page onto your current page by clicking the Overlay button on the home tab of the toolbar.
You can add multiple sections to a single digitizer item by using the Continue With function (space bar).
The built-in estimator allows you to apply multiple formulas and calculations to any digitizer item. You can also load and save assemblies and templates locally or on a network server.