I am using AutoCAD Civil 3d 2012. I have succesfully created a View Frame Group (VFG) from an alignment and then created Plan Profile sheets from that View Frame group. I did create the sheets in a seperate file from the View Frame group (that is an option when you create the sheets). It appears that if I change a View Frame using the grips, the corresponding sheet viewport doesn't change based on the edits to the view frame. I must manually update the sheet plan viewport to align with the edited location of the view frame. Is there a way AutoCAD will do this automatically or does it just not do that? Do I have to create the whole sheet set again or can I just recreate that one sheet? I don't want to do that since create the sheet will create a new profile view. Any suggestions?
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Solved! by Joe-Bouza. See the answer in context.
Ah, yes, I was afraid of that. It makes sense why Autodesk wouldn't do that, but it would be a cool feature if they ever decided to add it. Oh well, it was worth a try to ask. Thanks
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