The Electrical Audit reports on many potential problems in your project. It can be very useful in identifying duplicate tags, children without a parent, and much more. But, sometimes what it reports is not really a problem. Maybe it is just a component that is only wired on one side so it is reported as no connections. Or maybe there are components that you never assign a catalog and yet they show up in the report every time.
The Electrical Audit has been updated in the Subscription Advantage Pack so that once you have determined something is not really a problem you can hide it.
To hide issues, first you need to mark them as Ignored.
At any time you can hide the issues you have marked as Ignored.
The issue status is remembered each time you run the audit and across sessions of AutoCAD Electrical.
Ignored issues are included in the output text file when you export, even if they are hidden in the dialog. If an error has been marked as ignored, it's indicated in the Status column in the text file.
By Pat Murnen