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Sharing Files The Pdf Way, Part I - MicroStation tutorial
There are times when sharing source documents is required for effective referencing and interrogation, and there are times when you want to share drawings and project information more securely. When you wish to share information for hard-copy output, review, and markup, PDF is a great choice. MicroStation lets you produce individual PDF documents from DGN and DWG drawings as well as standard Microsoft Office applications or combine these document types into one composite PDF document.
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Microstation Vba - Lesson 1 - Recording And Playing Back A Macro
Creating and running a number of useful macros using VBA Project Manager.
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.)
Remembering Displaysets Between Sessions
Using Quicksets to keep display sets intact while switching between the files in MicroStation.
How To Create Your Own Personal Workspace
If MicroStation is installed on a single computer, but if different people share it, you should consider making your own personal space to keep your workspace settings intact. This is how you do it.
Trim And Intellitrim 101
Trimming single or multiple elements, IntelliTrim in MicroStation.