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alaa hashem

hi every one 
really that question in civil 3d 

I want to add profile grade arrow in alignment  ( plan )

any one can help me 

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SLW210

I have moved your thread to the Civil 3D & LDD Forum. Please post in the most appropriate forum.

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alaa hashem

thanks alot 

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CyberAngel

If I understand your question correctly, you must add an arrow component to the style of your alignment line. Once you add the component, you can adjust the size, spacing, and behavior. I don't have Civil 3D in my current workplace, so I can't give you much more detail than that.

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alaa hashem

thanks for your replay
I hope you give me more details 

at all  I want to put grade slope from profile in plan (Profile grade labels on Alignment with Direction)
the arrow in alignment style properties is for increment direction not for profile grade direction 

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BIGAL

Did you google or try civ3d help. You can create slope arrows but it uses two points, no civ3d for a few days.

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JerryG

Hi Alaa

To place a slope Label on your Profile ( I think thats what your trying to do?)

 Go to "Annotate:

Add labels 

Profile View

Depth

  Place a depth label on the profile.

 Then select the Label - Right click and select "Edit Label Style" 

 Change the style from "Depth" to "Grade %"

 

If your trying to place a grade Label on your Plan View go to:

"Annotate"

Add labels

Surface  

slope 

 Then Select "Two point" and place your label.

 

 

 

 

 

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ammobake

You can also add slope labels to the corridor surfaces in a similar way.  You just need to make sure the slope label layer is enabled in surface properties..

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