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AMD 3 Electrical Certs pack of 5 (EIC, Multi Sig EIC, EICR, MW and Danger Notification) Ver 1.3 Rev 2.0

£4.00


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All 5 of my certs/reports in one download. 40% of total cost. :)

Thes have now been updated to the lates 17th amendment.

These are fillable PDF certificates/reports. Based on the BYB. Please read the instructions below. If you have any problems please contact me for support.

1. When using them, all fields can be manually filled apart from the signature box and date box. So if an amp rating or BS number is missing you can enter it yourself

2. When using the date drop down, click on the day, month or year for better options to aid filling

3. For the signature box, I personally have scanned my signature in, then use this to fill this box so I can send the certificates electronically

4. On the top of the MW, Danger Notification, top of the first page on the EICR's and next to the contractors details on the EIC are boxes for you to enter company logo's and scheme membership logo should you need to.

5. On the certs and reports you'll find buttons for various actions. If you hover over the buttons a prompt will tell you what they are.

6. All of the dropdown boxes, buttons and instructions will disappear when the cert is either printed onto paper or printed electronically

7. To send electronically I use Primo PDF to print the certs

http://topsoft.co.uk/primopdf?mkwid=ituZhUbs&pcrid=1333763813&kword=primopdf&match=e

It's free and allows you to set security settings to prevent copying and alteration to your certs when sending (I have set my Primo to only allow printing. Anything else would require a password).

8. Once filled use the 'save as' when saving the cert so you don't save over the original.

9. To use Primo select the print option and in the 'Printer' name drop down, select Primo. It will then ask you where to save it to. It will then print to file with the settings you inputted into Primo. (Don't forget to rename you Primo printed PDF if saving to same file as your originally saved cert or you will overwrite the original with a non-fillable version).

In case your not sure feedback I've had previously can be found here

http://www.theiet.org/forums/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=205&threadid=48530&STARTPAGE=1&FTVAR_FORUMVIEWTMP=Linear

Please note: These certs only work on Windows based PC's and Apple Macs.


What's New in Version Ver 1.3 Rev 2.0   See changelog

Released

  • Certs updated to the latest 17th edition (BYB)
  • Correction for formatting on SECTION I. SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS AND EARTHING ARRANGEMENTS in the sub-section 'If RCD main switch'. The (IΔn) was in the wrong place.



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I used to have all of my certs on a spreadsheet, got fed up of changing this and that so bought this bundle. Strongly recommend them to anyone, so easy to use and the pull down menu's make filling them so easy. For less than a pint of a good Norfolk ale, well worth the money. Look a damn site more professional than my spreadsheet versions. Also when I had a few probs doing editing of my logo, quick e mail and Rutts sent over idiots guide of how to sort it. You don't get support like that from Windows or Apple. Buy them now.

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Just downloaded the set of five forms and not yet tried to complete or modify them to my requirements.  However, I can already see that they are better than any alternatives that I have found and accurately copy the BS7671 formats allowing the preparation of accurate and detailed certificates. Rutts has quickly responded to emails about the forms and I understand will continue to support and improve the formats. Thank you so much for all your diligent work in preparing these format.

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Rutts your a legend and thank you for all the man hours you have put in to this as i know from the Napit forum you have put a lot of work into this.

Cheers mate

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