You can export the clash results to Microsoft Excel supported formats. The export can be saved to the XSLX, CSV, XLS, XLSB or XLSM formats.
Note: You can export clash results to Excel only if you have installed a working version of Microsoft Excel. If you are using a non-English version of Clash Detection, make sure that the appropriate Microsoft Office Language Pack is also installed. If you do not have Microsoft Excel installed, the clash results can be saved to the CSV file format only.
You also can export clash locations to a global positioning system (GPS). To allow an export to a GPS, you first need to define a Geographic Coordinate System. The export is saved to a GPX file. GPX is an XML data format for the interchange of GPS data between applications and Web services. You can load the GPX file on to a GPS device so that you can take the clash location information with you on-site to view the clashes.
If you have grouped Clashes, exported Excel sheet will look like this:
Also Clash results can be exported using Key-in: CLASHDETECTION CLASHRESULT EXPORT EXCEL <pathname\filename>, where <pathname\filename> is, for example, <d:\temp\Clashes.xlsx>.
If you type the key-in without specifying a path name, the Export Excel/CSV File dialog opens, prompting you to select a name and location for the exported file.
To Export Clash Results to a GPS