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Alignment Tags & Alignment Tables

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12-07-2004 05:13 PM
Is it possible to tag alignments and then put the bearing/distance data and curve data in an alignment table?
*Daniel Philbrick
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Re: Alignment Tags & Alignment Tables

12-08-2004 10:53 AM in reply to: DannyCounts
Yes. The label style has a component for the Table Tag. On the general tab of the label style, you can choose whether to display the label as a Tag or a Label. If you select tag for the Display Mode, the tag is used as an index into the table. You can also select the label directly, and Civil 3D will create a child style with the Display Mode switched to Tag. You then need to create a table style which has the appropriate properties fields in the table. There are a few table styles in the content we ship. There are 4 types of tables: Line, Curve, Spiral and Segment. The Segment table is a combo table which supports combinations of Lines, Curves and Spiral entities. Dan Philbrick Autodesk, Inc. "DannyCounts" wrote in message news:13763319.1102468440394.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > Is it possible to tag alignments and then put the bearing/distance data and curve data in an alignment table?

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