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    Square D Panel Schedule PDFs

    Before I start calling in favors that aren't yet owed, I don't suppose someone has a Square D Panel Schedule in PDF form that can be typed into?
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    Why not just make one in excel?
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    Go to this site to download a very nice one in Excel: http://dcengineers.com/downloads.html

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    Download this free trial and make your own....

    http://www.download3k.com/Install-Lo...-Schedule.html

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    Thanks for the responses, but I already have one in Appleworks I use. I just want one to look like the original Square D one that will fit in the factory sleeve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Stolz
    Thanks for the responses, but I already have one in Appleworks I use. I just want one to look like the original Square D one that will fit in the factory sleeve.
    I know this goes backwards as far as today's computers go but we just simply enlarge the original to 8 1/2 X 11 and use this thing (i think it's called a typewritter) and type in the schedule then shrink it back down to original size. Looks good but it takes a little longer...

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    Here ya go. They are in Word format.

    http://www.squared.com/us/products/g...256DEF0075E6D2
    It's not rocket surgery!

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    Naturally, I can't open the Word ones very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Stolz
    Naturally, I can't open the Word ones very well.
    See if this one will work for you...

    Card_1-42.pdf

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    I thought all the big manufactures have all released thier paper : )
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