Under documentation you can generate paper or pdf. outputs which serve to document your project.

Selected outputs

Here you can see a list of all the outputs selected at present. A click on the list will open the corresponding output. Below the output you will find the settings for this output if they are available. You can configure up to three different outputs at the same time. Above the list you can switch between theses variants. 

Using the "Select" button you can access a series of pre-defined templates for different cases. Via the "Edit" button all available outputs in the list are displayed. You can now add or remove each individual page. 

With a second click on the "Edit" button only the selected outputs will be displayed. If certain outputs are not available e.g. because there are no calculation results yet , these are not visible in the list or shown in grey.


Here you start printing or exporting as a pdf. file. First you activate the " Define number of pages" button so that the list of contents and the page changeovers can be generated. Here you can also prescribe the desired printer. 


Select your preferred paper format which is supported by the printer used. 

Header and footer

You can use any footer text and your own logo in the outputs. You can make the required settings here. Alternatively you can make these settings in programme settings.

Project information
General information on the project, the customer or the person responsible is entered here. The information entered will be shown in the header or on the front page of the project and in the project description. The information on the customer and the responsible person can be saved for use again in a later project.

Configuring templates
Here you can generate your own templates for use in future projects. First you create a new template or make a copy of an existing template. Then you allocate a name and select the outputs which are to be a part of your new template. Any changes are adopted automatically. By clicking on "Apply" you use the new template immediately in your current project. Using "Set as standard" the new template will be used for future new projects. Of course the outputs of these projects can be adapted individually if necessary.

Please note that the new template does not refer to your current project but is a general template for future outputs. Therefore you do not fix, for example, an output for each room in the current project but define an output to be used generally. If you apply this to a project, then all the rooms will have the same defined outputs.