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April 01, 2009

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Anthony Johnston

So what is the price of QTO? I have looked all over the internet and the Autodesk website and nothing but a form to fill out and request a sales call. Makes me skeptical if they can't even list their price.

Volker Joseph

Please contact the QTO team for details at http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=11483113

Thank you.

Badawi

Which software you believe is better: Autodesk QTO vs Onscreen takeoff.

Thanks

NM

Ive used Autodesk QTO 2011 and think the workbook needs to allow more freedom to allow you to just drag and drop quantities into the workbook. The workbook should be more like excel in the way that you can change the name of columns (Not just call them quantity1, quantity 2, remarks), drag and drop whatever you like in the workbook, set out the workbook however you like. Also What if you measure something and dont want it to show in the workbook?. The takeoff is fine but the restrictiveness of the workbook is why this Autodesk product failed in my opinion. Try CostX by Exactal. Now thats a great takeoff software. I'm not trying to be mean. I'm just disappointed because of all the Autodesk products (Which I always use), QTO by far is the most restrictive, especially when doing cost plans where I have to measure something and make columns like Description, Quantity, Unit, rate and total (And make total equal the quantity x the rate).

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