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Sorting Load Combinations

Sorting Load Combinations

Sorting Load Combinations


Is there a way in SAP2000 to sort the load combinations? The load combinations are always sorted by the time I added them. However, I want to sort them alphabetically based on the combo name I provided. I'm using SAP2000 v.23.3.1.


RE: Sorting Load Combinations

I don't see any way to sort them. Unlike in Load Cases, there's no up and down arrows.

I thought I might be able to sort them under Edit, Interactive Database Editing. I didn't see load combinations in there, though. Maybe if you try this, it'll work.

RE: Sorting Load Combinations

Thank you, but unfortunately, it didn't work as I couldn't see the load combinations in there as well.

RE: Sorting Load Combinations

My only other idea is to export to a text file, edit, and import.

If I did that, I'd feel the need to check everything again in the GUI, though. Thus, I'd probably just type them in again in the GUI. Maybe save as a template to hopefully avoid the same problem.


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