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bclayt
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LDD 2004 W/ Survey- Auto linework help !!!!!!!!!!!

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11-05-2009 09:33 PM
Hello,
I am trying to set up autolinework for LDD 2004, I am a newbee to this software. I am currentely using TDS Ranger W/ Survey Pro 4.7 Software. I am wondering how I can setup LDD 2004 to recognize the inputed codes (FL,TC,EG,LIP,BW,CL,etc.........) from my data collector with also drawing the curves. I would like to keep my descriptions very simple as working in the streets is a job within it self. Can this be set up numericaly, also can it be brought in with 3D polylines. Can someone send examples and or explain the process needed to set up LDD 2004.

Much appreciated,

Thanks,

Brad
*Bud Miller
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Re: LDD 2004 W/ Survey- Auto linework help !!!!!!!!!!!

11-06-2009 03:46 PM in reply to: bclayt
Hi Brad,

Couple years back I through together a very rudimentary guide that may be of
help getting you started:
http://www.budcad.com/TRAINING/Field%20to%20Office.htm

Hope it helps.

Bud Miller
www.BudCAD.com
Legal descriptions and more in LDT and Civil3d.


"bclayt" wrote in message news:6284643@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hello,
I am trying to set up autolinework for LDD 2004, I am a newbee to this
software. I am currentely using TDS Ranger W/ Survey Pro 4.7 Software. I
am wondering how I can setup LDD 2004 to recognize the inputed codes
(FL,TC,EG,LIP,BW,CL,etc.........) from my data collector with also drawing
the curves. I would like to keep my descriptions very simple as working in
the streets is a job within it self. Can this be set up numericaly, also can
it be brought in with 3D polylines. Can someone send examples and or
explain the process needed to set up LDD 2004.

Much appreciated,

Thanks,

Brad
Contributor
bclayt
Posts: 19
Registered: ‎04-23-2009
Message 3 of 3 (766 Views)

Re: LDD 2004 W/ Survey- Auto linework help !!!!!!!!!!!

11-06-2009 11:04 PM in reply to: bclayt
Bud,

Thanks for the great literature.

Brad
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