I have a bunch of lines that are created with multiple segments. I'd like to annotate the total length. I can't figure out to do this without labelling each segment along the line using Line and Curve commands. How do I get one annotation that only shows the total of all the sements?
I'm sure this is an easy fix, I'm just not seeing it.
Hey Mr. Green:
You should ask this question over in the Civil 3D newsgroup. This NG is for the operation of the two water/sewer programs.
They've included the option to label between points in 2013. I'm still using 2012 so in there or below you have to draw a line that extends the whole distance you want labeled. You can put this line in a no-plot layer, give it a no-plot color or send it to the back if you don't want it seen.
Back in Eagle Point, you could JOIN all the segments and then it would label the line entirely, but that doesn't appear to work in C3D.
I also tried to draw the line as a spline, but that wouldn't lable at all.
Is there any other way to draw this line to get the label to workout?
Thanks for your help.
OK. Since my suggestion to draw a line that stretches from one end to the other of the vector you want to label didn't seem to work out for you. I'm thinking we're missing some information. I was envisioning the situation where you had parcels that shared a common line where each parcel needs it's own label but you want to label the overall on the common line.
Are these line segments at different angles? Are you looking for what would basically be the total length of a polyline? Can you post a screen shot of what you're trying to do?
1. When you pedit that line and join all segments, use the LENGTHEN command and get the length. Type it in.
2. Use the Autocad FIELD command and use it to get the length and label with MTEXT.
I guess the question is: How many times a day do you need this?
I attached a file with a segment and overall length label styles.
There are a number of ways to add labels to line and segments. Use the dialog to control what you add.
Type ADDLABELS at the comand line. Select the line and curve option from the drop down. Set the next dropdown to be Single Segment and add the overall lendth label. Set the dropdown for mult segs and add the segment length style.
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