AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

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12-05-2012 12:52 PM

Hi, I posted similar issue earlier, but I am not sure if I explained it correctly. For clarity I drew the attached profile manually. I just want to know the steps in creating label styles as described on the attachment. In my design, I created all the line works in civil 3d 2012.

 

Regards and thank you!

Go here to create the style

Pro label style.PNG

 

You can add the various components and set their location and rotation.  Have two text components and a line

Pro label style add component.PNG

 

In the text edior, you can choose what text to have.  Set up one for Station and the other for Elevation.

Pro label style choose text.PNG

Go back to the 'General ' tab in your label style composer and change the orientation from "Object' to 'View'

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Re: Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

12-05-2012 01:15 PM in reply to: artbiscocho

Go here to create the style

Pro label style.PNG

 

You can add the various components and set their location and rotation.  Have two text components and a line

Pro label style add component.PNG

 

In the text edior, you can choose what text to have.  Set up one for Station and the other for Elevation.

Pro label style choose text.PNG


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Re: Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

12-06-2012 08:32 AM in reply to: artbiscocho

A lot of thanks for helping me. It works great, my only problem is I can't orient my labels along with the vertical grid lines. I tried several ways but still my labels oriented perpendicular to the profile line or curve.

 

Please help again.

 

Regards and than you!!1

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Re: Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

12-06-2012 08:58 AM in reply to: artbiscocho

Go back to the 'General ' tab in your label style composer and change the orientation from "Object' to 'View'

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Re: Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

12-06-2012 09:07 AM in reply to: KirkNoonan

Thak you so much. It works great!!! I am so delighted to have this style.

 

Wish you wonderful holidays, again you the MAN!!!

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Re: Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

12-06-2012 09:12 AM in reply to: artbiscocho

Art, please be sure to go back and click the "Accept as Solution" button for each of the responses which helped get you through this. It will help future posters find answers to their own questions. Thanks!

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Re: Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

12-10-2012 09:45 AM in reply to: Jeff_M

Jeff don't you have magical powers to do that yourself now?  Or what are expert elites even good for?


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Re: Profile-Labeling STATION and ELEVATION at any point along a profile

12-10-2012 09:52 AM in reply to: troma

Yes, troma, I could mark a response as the solution. I would rather suggest to the OP to do so on their own, first, so next time they might do so without one of us needing to ask. As it is, they've now marked the incorrect one so I've corrected it. (They marked my first post as the solution...I changed it to yours and kirk's)

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