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Does anyone else have issues on the schedule of test results form, or is it just me/my computer?
I don't appear to get a drop down menu when I try to insert a tick in the polarity column and the rcd test button column is a bit erratic also.
 
Excellent work happysteve much appreciated. It saved me from having to sort out a pdf editor which was turning out to be a bit of a nightmare.
 

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got it. when i downloaded the pdf there wasn't a tick. now i've saved it the tick option is there. :D
If you just view it within your browser, the browser plug-in that allows you to do this has a very limited set of features that supports reading but probably doesn't support editing.

**EDIT Oops, just realised this thread was from 2017 so the pdf's are probably out of date now :(
 

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**EDIT Oops, just realised this thread was from 2017 so the pdf's are probably out of date now :(
On the contrary: I updated the forms on 1 January (same resource link, just newer version) so these are still very much up to date. :)

I also noticed weird behaviour when using browser plug-in PDF viewer... for instance, on the drop downs on the EICR and test sheets the "tick" option (actually a sqare root sign, √ ) wasn't showing as an option, even though the other things were; but this works fine when you download it and use a "proper" PDF view (Adobe Acrobat Reader, or Preview on a Mac).
 

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On the contrary: I updated the forms on 1 January (same resource link, just newer version) so these are still very much up to date. :)
You're a gent of the highest order Happysteve. Thanks.

I've amended the thread title to indicate they're up to date.
 

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just gave these a download, seems the MWEIC 1 circuit and 3 circuit ones are the same, ie both just one circuit
Yeah, sorry about that. I haven't done a new (18th Edition) 3-circuit form (might do one someday, but I'm a bit snowed under at the moment).

Unfortunately, when I uploaded the new "1 circuit" MEIWC, I accidentally uploaded it to the "3 circuit" resource. It seems I can't delete the most recent upload, to undo this error.

If you're doing minor works on more than 1 circuit off the same DB (or for the same customer) then..:

- enter all the details that will be the same
- save the form
- quit the PDF editor (Acrobat or whatever)
- duplicate the file
- now fill in the rest of the forms
- when you're sure you've finished, "sign" it.

Saves you retyping the same info.
 
I've done a full set of the IET model forms, as editable PDFs, now available in the Resources section:

EIC (including schedule of inspections and one test results sheet): EIC (Electrical Installation Certificate): editable PDF based on IET Model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/eic-electrical-installation-certificate-editable-pdf-based-on-iet-model-form.118/

EICR (including schedule of inspections and one test results sheet): EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report): editable PDF based on IET Model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/eicr-electrical-installation-condition-report-editable-pdf-based-on-iet-model-form.119/

Extra test sheet for either of the above (see technical note in the resource description for how to merge): Schedule of Test Results: editable PDF based on IET Model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/schedule-of-test-results-editable-pdf-based-on-iet-model-form.120/

MIEWC (did this a while ago): MEIWC - PDF form (editable) - BS7671 Amendment 3:2015 model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/meiwc-pdf-form-editable-bs7671-amendment-3-2015-model-form.110/

MEIWC (for up to 3 circuits): MEIWC - PDF form (editable) - for up to 3 circuits - BS7671 Amendment 3:2015 model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/meiwc-pdf-form-editable-for-up-to-3-circuits-bs7671-amendment-3-2015-model-form.111/

I've got a fair bit out of the forum in the past couple of years, here's summat back.

Enjoy! :)
Thats amazing, thanks mate, dont suppose you have an additional observation sheet?

Stuff like this makes we wonder why i pay for Amtech FastTest!
 
I've done a full set of the IET model forms, as editable PDFs, now available in the Resources section:

EIC (including schedule of inspections and one test results sheet): EIC (Electrical Installation Certificate): editable PDF based on IET Model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/eic-electrical-installation-certificate-editable-pdf-based-on-iet-model-form.118/

EICR (including schedule of inspections and one test results sheet): EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report): editable PDF based on IET Model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/eicr-electrical-installation-condition-report-editable-pdf-based-on-iet-model-form.119/

Extra test sheet for either of the above (see technical note in the resource description for how to merge): Schedule of Test Results: editable PDF based on IET Model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/schedule-of-test-results-editable-pdf-based-on-iet-model-form.120/

MIEWC (did this a while ago): MEIWC - PDF form (editable) - BS7671 Amendment 3:2015 model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/meiwc-pdf-form-editable-bs7671-amendment-3-2015-model-form.110/

MEIWC (for up to 3 circuits): MEIWC - PDF form (editable) - for up to 3 circuits - BS7671 Amendment 3:2015 model form - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/resources/meiwc-pdf-form-editable-for-up-to-3-circuits-bs7671-amendment-3-2015-model-form.111/

I've got a fair bit out of the forum in the past couple of years, here's summat back.

Enjoy! :)
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