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jacobekola
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cross section sheets

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05-09-2011 06:16 AM

I am using the create cross section sheets wizard to create my cross section sheets.  One thing some people in our company like to see is having the cross sections arranged as shown in the attachment.  Is there any way to get an arrangement like I have shown, but still use the 11x17 sheet in landscape mode.  I was able to change my template for the cross sections to an 11x17 in a portrait mode and get the results like I have shown.  The problem with having some layouts(cross sections) in portrait mode and some layouts(plan & profile) in landscape mode is that when I use the page setup override from the SSM some of the sheets won't plot correctly.  I do not want to have to publish part of the plan set with one page set up and another part of the planset with another page setup.

 

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Jacob

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Re: cross section sheets

05-09-2011 06:33 AM in reply to: wfberry

C3D 2011 64 bit, service pack 1.  I knew I forgot to give some important information!

 

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