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wilsonta
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ENTERING CURVE TABLE/BEARING INFO FOR SITE PLAN

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06-12-2003 01:56 PM
I have drawn many site plans with bearings & distances without problems. However, I don't understand how to enter the curve table information. For instance, I have a curve with a Delta of 06d36'48", radius of 415.00' & arc of 47.90'& length of 47.90'. I can usually get it if I have the other endpoints with only one curve, but in this case I have several intersecting each other so I have no way to know how to make this correct. How do I imput this information???
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wilsonta
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Re: ENTERING CURVE TABLE/BEARING INFO FOR SITE PLAN

06-16-2003 02:53 AM in reply to: wilsonta
Does anyone know how to accomplish this?
*Harper, Chip
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06-16-2003 03:12 AM in reply to: wilsonta
Try posting in the LDD group.



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wilsonta
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06-16-2003 08:20 AM in reply to: wilsonta
LDD group?
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wilsonta
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06-16-2003 09:51 AM in reply to: wilsonta
Okay, I figured out LLD, however, I cannot believe there aren't any autocad users that have this answer! I mean, it is an autocad function, right?
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freddiemac
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06-17-2003 02:19 AM in reply to: wilsonta
This is peer support: unless someone in your field happens to hang out in this LT discussion area, you won't get an answer.
By asking in the LDD discussion area, you are more than 99% likely to run into a bunch of your own-field peers, and you are likely to get a quick and concise response there. Just make sure you let them know you are using LT.
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