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cmiddlemis
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Building orientation

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12-07-2004 07:16 PM
Is there a way to set up a reference plane to a certain angle to match building orientation? I have tried this but it wants to send me into a 3d view. I guess the auto cad equivalent is to rotate the ucs. I have also looked at project and true north but have had no success. Is one of these option the correct way to do it, or is there another?
*Scott Davis
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Re: Building orientation

12-07-2004 08:37 PM in reply to: cmiddlemis
Project north and True north are the way....go to Tools>Locations and Coordinates> Rotate this Project/True North "cmiddlemis" wrote in message news:18003875.1102475795287.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > Is there a way to set up a reference plane to a certain angle to match building orientation? I have tried this but it wants to send me into a 3d view. I guess the auto cad equivalent is to rotate the ucs. I have also looked at project and true north but have had no success. Is one of these option the correct way to do it, or is there another?
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cmiddlemis
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Re: Building orientation

12-07-2004 08:40 PM in reply to: cmiddlemis
It worked with the project and true north function, I worked out why it didn't work before. I had a site survey in the view which was hidden by the crop region which made the centre of rotation out of view, untill I zoomed to fit. Then it was a breeze.
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