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jecusi
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Change of Station Label Format

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05-21-2013 06:55 AM

Is there a way to change the format of alignment chainage from 1501+120 to this format 1501km120?

I don't see a way to change the abbreviation for the plus sign. But in your label, you should be able to add a Station Value with the Output set to "left of station character". Then type "km" after that field. Then add a Station Value with the Output set to "right of station character". This will form the three parts of your label.
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troma
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Re: Change of Station Label Format

05-21-2013 07:08 AM in reply to: jecusi
I don't see a way to change the abbreviation for the plus sign. But in your label, you should be able to add a Station Value with the Output set to "left of station character". Then type "km" after that field. Then add a Station Value with the Output set to "right of station character". This will form the three parts of your label.


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Jay_B
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Re: Change of Station Label Format

05-21-2013 07:19 AM in reply to: jecusi

Troma beat me to it but here is the caption we use for Imperial and we have ours split out as he describes and use a block for the "station character" = km in your case.

 

sta.PNG

Jay

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jecusi
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Re: Change of Station Label Format

05-22-2013 04:45 AM in reply to: Jay_B

Thank you for the prompt reply guys!!!

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