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    Default can any one teach me to draw longitudinal levelling from autocad

    i need help for drawing L-section levelling n cross section levelling from autocad 2007
    pls help me

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    Quickest way to do it is to ID your points as Chainage and Level. Then draw a polyline using absolute coordinate entry.... X,Y

    Enter your Chainage as the X value, and your level as the Y value.

    That will give you a profile at 1 to 1 distortion (which is fine for cross sections).

    Apart from that, you need to get a specific version of AutoCad, and learn how to use it. It's all a bit much for us to teach you here, but we do have a lot of tutorials here.

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    can i get tutorial for x-section n longitudinal section levelling

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    Are you using Civil 3d if so then there are tutorials which explain how to do it.

    If not you need to elaborate a bit more what you are trying to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAL View Post
    Are you using Civil 3d if so then there are tutorials which explain how to do it.

    If not you need to elaborate a bit more what you are trying to do.


    can i get tutorials for doing cross section in civil 3d pls send me

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    Talk about a delayed response.

    Tutorials can be found at the AutoDesk website.

    http://usa.autodesk.com/civil-3d/training/

    More Civil 3D tutorials can also be found at the Cadalyst magazine website.

    http://www.cadalyst.com/listing/77/civil-3d
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