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Productivity Corner: Microstation Makes It Easy To Preview, Print Your Designs - MicroStation tutorial
Early in the design process, hard copy remains popular choice for collaboration. During all stages of design, you must be able to control print scale, which greatly affects certain design elements, such as text, cells, and dimensions. All in all, printing is a significant part of design.
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Gc Lesson 7 - Law Curves
Creating a law curve starting with three points to make BsplineCurve in MicroStation.
Using Level Symbology To Plot Thinner Lines.
A question we recently received was: "Is there a way to plot the lines in some reference files thinner, without changing the drawing and keep the other reference files the same?" The easy way to handle this is to use Level Symbology. (The following directions are for MicroStation/J.)
Gc Lesson 9 Stair Creation
Creating stairs using step and stair total height and length in MicroStation.
The Stretch Command
** Free Login Required ** Here is a simple workflow for modifying elements using the stretch command in combination with the scale tool.
Uncover Obscured Elements In Multiple Files
In this issue of MicroStation Today, I will show you how to use Global File Changer to run a different product, SequenceEditor on any group of design files. Global File Changer is used, simply, to make bulk changes to any group of design files automatically. Global File Changer's main strengths lie in three major areas.