*This article is intended for Rabbet users only. If you are not a Rabbet user and need to download documents after receiving a Rabbet Draw Submission in your email, check out this article:
Table Data and Original Document Download
Data that is organized in a Rabbet table can be exported to CSV by clicking on the 'Table Actions' button. Be sure to make changes to the table before exporting so you capture all the data needed.
Select one or more documents on the 'Documents' tab. Click 'Download'.
Download Stamped Documents
Your Rabbet account can be configured to download documents containing a stamp that outlines the project, vendor, line item, cost codes and document approval(s). Stamped documents are used most often when sharing draw documentation with internal accounting teams.
Select one or more documents on the 'Documents' tab. Click 'Download Stamped'
The information contained in the stamp is based on the data input, and actions taken, for that given document. In the example below, all fields in the document assignment modal have been completed and invoice approval marked.
The stamp for this document:
Download Draw Files
The options below describe how you can download a draw package containing the full draw documentation and/or an Excel file summarizing the draw.
Navigate to the 'Reviews' tab within the applicable draw.
Download Documents - click this option to download a zip folder that contains the draw documentation (as individual PDF files) and an Excel summary of the draw request.
Download Package - click this option to download a single PDF document that contains all of the .pdf draw documentation, including a first page table of contents of the PDF documents only.
*Note that any non-PDF documents stored in the draw (MS Word docs, other Excel files, etc.) will not be included in this package or table of contents.
Download Draw Summary - click this option to download an Excel file summarizing the current Draw Request
Check out this article to learn more about the various draw summary formats that are available for this feature:
You clicked the button to download, but nothing seems to happen:
Depending on your browser settings, the file may immediately download to your computer. It may happen so quickly that you don't notice, so check the downloads folder.
You checked the downloads folder on your computer, but the file isn't there:
Depending on your browser settings, the file may open in a separate browser window or tab before downloading. Once you locate the tab/window containing your file, click the download button.
Selecting multiple files for download at one time creates a zip folder:
When you select multiple documents for download, the files will appear in your computer's downloads folder as a single .zip file. The .zip file must be opened before the individual documents appear.
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