Trying to do what seems pretty simple and getting no where.
I have made a very simple alignment, it is two lines with a 100' radius arc between them.
I want to create a curve table that is dynamic, so I select the alignment, contextual ribbon pops up, select Add Table, Add Curve.
Check apply next to one of the label style names I have, uncheck split table, leave Dynamic selected, click OK
Error box pops up "No Valid Selection!"
I have tried all sorts of variations to this, not selecting the alignment first, chosing various label styles, using split table etc etc.
Solved! Go to Solution.
In order to create an alignment table, you have to first tag acr with a label. Then when you create the table you select the tags of the alignment. If you do not wish to see the tags you can put them on a no plot layer.
That works; I have no need to label the alignment itself, so I didn't realize it needs to be labeled and then the Table created, thank you!
Annotate Tab>Add Labels>Alignment>Multiple Segments.
Annotate Tab>Add Tables>Alignment>Add Curve
Assuming the proper styles are available inn your template you should now have a dynamic Curve Table.
Note: If you wish to have the entire Alignment appear in table choose Add Tables>Alignment>Add Segment instead.
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