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Habib_Nespak
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Proposed and Existing Elevation on a single Point

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02-06-2014 02:24 AM

dears

i want to show a two elevation like ground level and proposed level at same point and want to find the difference of elevation.

please help me in this regards

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Joe-Bouza
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02-06-2014 04:31 AM in reply to: Habib_Nespak
Use a reference component in your label style to pick up the second surface
Thank you

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Re: Proposed and Existing Elevation on a single Point

02-06-2014 05:10 AM in reply to: Habib_Nespak

If all you are looking for is "want to find the difference of elevation", then all you need to do is create a "Tin Volume Surface".  A tin volume surface is the difference between two existing surfaces in Prospector. I.E., contour lines will represent the difference between surfaces at any given point.

 

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