The Zoning section contains manual-entry fields and drop-down fields. Fill in information as it is relevant to you.
Data entered in this table flows into the Zoning Summary table, which was added in the 45.66.3 version of the template.
Click in the row cells and select the data field to display. If data is not available, an “N/A” will be returned. Use the Show/Hide dropdowns to format the table by clicking the Toggle Display button.
Tip: The display of data in a table not only optimizes merge time in the word document, but also provides an efficient method of organizing the data for the reader. Consider changing the font for data tables to a Sans Serif font as it is easier to read. You can complete this change globally using the Table Fonts Feature within the Narrative1 Options utility.
While these tables are adequate for many uses, in cases where a more detailed zoning description and analysis are warranted, an alternative strategy is to write the zoning section in your N1 Word report file. From there, optionally, you could use the Autotext feature to save the write-up for future use. If that strategy is employed, only enter into the Zoning Code field on this worksheet so that data can populate the analysis grids, summary tables, and/or database record.