Tagging points and traverses is another tool that makes TPC very powerful. The idea is that you donít always want to work with the entire survey, just a part of it. You might want to rotate or view certain traverses, or insert certain points into a traverse. Once you get the hang of selecting data, you will use it frequently.
Tagging items is similar to selecting items, except that the tags are persistent until you change them. This allows you to do more than one thing with the same group of traverses or points.
The Drawing View only displays the traverses that are tagged. This is a very convenient way to turn data on or off in your drawing.
Keys: Shift + F8
Keys: Ctrl + F8
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Working with Survey Files
Searching for Points
Using Scale Factors
Changing Units Using Coordinate Conversion
Working with Areas
Setting the Default Direction
Starting a Survey
Working with Units
Choosing a Survey Grid