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gtalj
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Point list print

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08-25-2009 08:41 AM
when you list points in c3d2010 how do you print them out? thanks
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davevoith
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Re: Point list print

08-25-2009 09:14 AM in reply to: gtalj
Highlight your points or point group in tool space -> right click -> copy to clip board -> paste in word. I have always done it this way. There could be an easier way.
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Re: Point list print

08-25-2009 11:54 AM in reply to: gtalj
Toolbox, Points...and check out the reporting features...

Matthew Anderson, PE CFM



gtalj wrote:
> when you list points in c3d2010 how do you print them out? thanks
>
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Sinc
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Re: Point list print

08-25-2009 05:28 PM in reply to: gtalj
I prefer to paste into Excel. The values all go into individual columns, which you can then format and resize however you wish before printing.

If you get into third-party applications, you can find pretty powerful solutions that will send points to the printer with a single click, such as the one seen here:

http://www.quuxsoft.com/DynamicReporting.aspx

-- Sinc
http://www.ejsurveying.com
http://www.quuxsoft.com
Sinc

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