I can certainly sympathize with this problem. It has been an ongoing problem since 2006 and still hasn't been fixed that I am aware of. The question being asked is directly related to Parcel Line Tables. Not generic tables where you input the information but the ones generated when you select Line/Curves or Parcels/ Add Tables. It does appear as though the texh heighth does govern the margins as you can see by the attached PDF. The margins are the same heighth as the text. It makes my line tables so obnoxiously huge where I end up exploding them just so I can make them fit on my page. Is there still no fix for this???
Making the switch to Civil 2012 from Land Desktop and a) am making so much use of this board I thought I'd go ahead and join, and b) trying to maintain a positive attitude. Some days the positive attitude is difficult.
Any solutions to the Parcel Table ROW HEIGHT issue yet? I've poked around and the consensus seems to be explode the tables and modify them manually. There is just way too much space for our tastes.
Thanks in advance.
First - welcome to the board.
Bad news I'm afraid. Despite regular complaints about this issue all the way back to the first version of Civil3d it still has not been addressed.
The longer I compu-draft the more I feel the software dictating how our plans look. I mean, I'm all about standards and uniformity across company departments, but geez, do all of our plans have to look the same? I like my line tables with less space in the rows. Dammit. Maybe 2014.
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