LABEL CENTERLINES OF DAMS, WATERWAYS, DIVERSIONS ETC. To create a profile, you must first sample the existing ground from a surface.
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To create a profile, you must first sample the existing ground from a surface.
Sampling the existing ground creates elevational values for the profile. When sampling the existing ground data from surfaces, you have the option to sample one or multiple surfaces at the same time.
To sample multiple surfaces, you must first create a file of the surface names that you want to sample using the Select Multiple Surfaces command. Then you must enable the use of multiple surfaces before sampling the data using the Toggle Multiple Surfaces command.PROFILESCREATE STATION LABELS
DEFINE FROM POLYLINE
A RED X APPEARS AT THE STARTING POINT OF THE LINE. TO ACCEPT THIS POINT HIT ENTER
NAME THE ALIGNMENT AND SELECT A STARTING STATION REFERENCE, (IE, 0 OR 100).
SET CURRENT SURFACE
TOGGLE MULTIPLE SURFACES
SELECT MULTIPLE SURFACES
(IF THEY ARE NOT TO BE NEXT TO EACH OTHER, USE THE CONTROL KEY TO SELECT MORE THAN ONE.)
SAMPLE FROM SURFACE
CAN BE OVERWRITTEN.
CHANGE VERTICAL SCALE FACTOR TO ALTER THE APPEARANCE OF THE PROFILE, NEW VALUE OF 8 WAS ENTERED
SELECT CURRENT ALIGNMENT
BEGINNING STATION DEFAULTS ON THE FIRST STATION, CHANGE OR HIT ENTER
IF YOU HAVE EXISTING LABELS THAT YOU DO NOT WANT TO LOSE , SELECT NO
TO LABEL SPECIFIC POINTS: FROM ALIGNMENTS SELECT STATION\OFFSET,