Includes:Steel-Frame Cost Data, 37 pages of labor and material cost estimates for residential steel framing.
The National Estimator (TNE) program is being shipped at no extra charge with all of Craftsman’s 2005 costbooks. But you don’t have to order anything to use this new program. The download is free and TNE will work just fine with all of your existing Craftsman costbooks (except 30-day trial costbooks).
TNE includes some cool features:
Drag and drop editing
Long file names
Right-click edit menu
Print the costbook and more.
This download of The National Estimator is big, about 8 MB, and will require nearly an hour with a 28k dial-up connection. Also included with the download, Steel-Frame Cost Data, 37 pages of labor and material cost estimates for residential steel framing.
Before you begin: Please uninstall any beta version of National Estimator before installing this release version. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs, National Estimator, Add/Remove and follow instructions on the screen.
Where are my estimates and costbooks? If you've been using National Estimator 16, you're likely to be surprised when you upgrade to National Estimator 32. All estimates and costbooks seem to have disappeared. But don't worry, there's an easy fix. [Tell me more]
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