The Survey Point Properties dialog is available from many places within TPC. It lists the properties of one survey point at a time.
Depending on the context, you can edit the point label, description, coordinates, point symbol, symbol size and rotation and other survey point properties.
The point label for this point. If you enter a new point label, it must abide by the point labeling rules within TPC. As a result, TPC may display a warning about the point label you enter and provide appropriate options.
Increments the current point label until it finds a unique (unused) label. A point label like 100 would increment to 101. A point label like 100-1 would increment to 100-2. If the current point label is unique, TPC does not increment the label.
The point description for this point.
The coordinates of the point based on the current survey grid (if any).
Indicates whether or not the coordinates are protected.
Indicates whether or not the elevation is protected.
Indicates whether or not this is a topo point.
Select an overriding point symbol, or None to allow Drawing Settings and Traverse Settings to determine which symbol to use for this point.
Turns off the point symbol override, allowing Drawing Settings and Traverse Settings to determine which symbol to use for this point.
Specifies a rotation for this symbol, if you have selected an overriding point symbol. Clock-wise rotation is positive. Counter clock-wise rotation is negative.
Lists the traverses that contain this point in the Message View.
Appends this point to the íPoint Plotí traverses, forcing it to the included in the current drawing.
Editing Topo Points
Survey Point Properties
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