AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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*Espinoza, Angel
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VC Label

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10-17-2003 07:23 AM
I can not seem to figure out how to label the station and elev. on a
vertical curve in a profile up above the curve. I do not want the same data
on the tangent of the profile only every 10' within the V.C.


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Angel Espinoza
KETIV Technologies of California
*Philbrick, Daniel
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Re: VC Label

10-28-2003 05:44 AM in reply to: *Espinoza, Angel
Angel,

It is a bit cumbersome but you should be able to get what you want. After
you have created the finish group profile, select the profile, rt. click
and select Edit Labels...
From the drop down list of Label Types, select "Major Stations". You
want change the Major station label style to show both Station and
Elevation. The default just shows just station. Enable the input of the
start station and the end station in the Profile labels dialog and enter the
starting and ending stations of the VC. You should also enter the
increment. You can then add an additional Major Station label for each
curve. The result will be station/elevation labels for just the VC
portion of the profile. I will log the issue so that we can make the
process simpler in the future.

Dan Philbrick
Autodesk, Inc.

"Angel Espinoza" wrote in message
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> I can not seem to figure out how to label the station and elev. on a
> vertical curve in a profile up above the curve. I do not want the same
data
> on the tangent of the profile only every 10' within the V.C.
>
>
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> Angel Espinoza
> KETIV Technologies of California
>
>
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