Learn how to create sample lines and what sample lines are for.
- [Voiceover] The first part of the cross section process…is to create Sample Lines.…A Sample Line is a line that runs…perpendicular to the alignment.…Sample Lines correspond to where cross sections will be.…There are multiple ways to create Sample Lines.…Let's get started.…Sample Lines are on the Home tab, kind of in the middle.…Start the Sample Lines command,…and the command line tells me to select an alignment…or press Enter key to select it.…I like pressing the Enter key,…cuz then all I have to do is press the Enter key again.…
There's only one alignment in this drawing.…Now, we've got the Create Sample Line Group box.…I'm going to call my Sample Line Group…Dorland Ave Cross Sections.…My Sample Line Style I will leave as Road Sample Lines…and I'll leave my Sample Line Label Style as Section Name.…On the bottom here, this refers to…the Data Sources to Sample,…which means these are the Data Sources…that you're going to have show up in your cross sections.…
If you want your EG surface…to be in your cross section view,…
- Setting up a template and sheet set files
- Creating a template file
- Adding a title block
- Creating plan production specific viewports
- Creating and editing view frames
- Working with plan and profile sheets
- Exploring the sheets
- Updating the sheet set properties and drawing fields
- Creating and editing cross sections
- Creating multiple section views
- Editing cross-section sheets
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1. Setting Up the Template and Sheet Set Files
2. Creating and Editing View Frames
3. Working with Plan and Profile Sheets
Exploring the sheets2m 48s
4. Creating and Editing Cross Sections
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