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Point Lable at elevation

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09-26-2011 01:58 AM

Hi

 

I am a newby in Civil 3D :smileyhappy:

 

I have some point style that set "Use Point Elevation" and some Label Style that set together in my Description Set keys. 

after insertion of point both point and lable are in elevation until i explod them. after explode label go in elevation zero. i want them remain at elevation. is there any way to do this?

 

thanks for any help

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-26-2011 11:42 PM in reply to: omidiii

is it impossible or i'm only one that want do that?

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-27-2011 12:04 AM in reply to: omidiii

why do you need/want to explode these??

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-27-2011 05:02 AM in reply to: omidiii

You may be the only one doing this. Exploding a point destroys it's usefulness. What are you trying to accomplish?

 

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-27-2011 05:13 AM in reply to: omidiii

If you need it in just AutoCAD elements, ie lines and text, use 'Export to AutoCAD'. The results will be better.

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-27-2011 11:32 AM in reply to: omidiii

You can explode your points if you want to. I some times explode points to keep just  blocks inserted with the description. The elvations don't change. There should be some settings in your drawing that affect your elevations. Try to insert your points to  vanilla autocad (not civil 3d) and explode.

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-28-2011 01:50 AM in reply to: omidiii

i need that because some office work with Autocad 2007 and need drawing be explod.

@ yosephk: are point lable keep elevation after explod? my problem is'nt block point. just labels go on 0 elevation.

i tried export to cad 2007 and cad 2007 dxf with no result.

thanks for any suggestion

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-28-2011 05:48 AM in reply to: omidiii

Yes, the elevation label will be there after it is exploded. But it will be just  text. It can not be used for surface creation. If that is the case re-import your points  to a new point group with elavation lebel style. Also check if your points are comma delimited or space delimited.

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-28-2011 05:57 AM in reply to: omidiii

To move text to elevation use Move Text to Elevation.

 

To convert cogo point to blocks use Create Blocks from COGO Points.

 

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Re: Point Lable at elevation

09-29-2011 06:29 AM in reply to: omidiii

Hi again

 

thanks AllenJessup,

Move Text to Elevation only help for elevation label, i have a description label too.

Create Blocks from COGO Points Also want a Point Number and i dont want it.




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