Double click on the Easting or Northing and use the Zoom - or + and it will zoom into that point for you on the screen
Point Group Names Displayed - Where the created Point Groups get displayed. All Point and Contourable are always going to be in the point groups.
Add New Group - Click on this button to add a new Point Group to the list so you can define the points required in it.
Delete Group - This will delete a point group created that isnt required anymore.
Apply Changes - MUST click apply changes whenever you make a change otherwise it wont update that group (Check the Number of Points to make sure they change if you amend anything)
This is how you define your Point Groups e.g. Raw Codes to Include = * (this will include everything) Raw Codes to Exclude = BCK* or 408* etc
Headings - You can click on the heading at the top of the list (Pt Num, Easting) and it will order them from Highest to Lowest and then if you click it again it will go from Lowest to Highest. Good way to quickly check if you have any levels that are out by alot
Group Commands - This will allow you to edit any group of points that you have created in the Point groups as a whole. e.g. Day 1 data-Rotation wrong-Use the Rotate on Day 1 Point Group. It will only rotate the Day 1 data ONLY.
Move. At the prompts, select a base point and a move location.
Rotate. At the prompts, select a base point and rotation angle.
Scale (can scale in 2D or 3D, you get to choose)
Add to Elevation (Edit Multiple Points can do this too)
Transform. This allows selection of two points and separate move points for each. This effects a move, scale and rotate of all points.
Compare Points. After selecting a point group to compare to the following form will display This lists the differences between the two point groups, point by point. Click on 'Save to CSV' to output the results to file, able to opened in Excel or similar.
Create Table. At the prompt, select a location in the drawing. A table object will be added to the drawing.
Export Group - This will export out an SDR20, SDR33, CSV (PENZC), CSV(PNEZC), GSI and ARE file formats from the Point Group Selected.
Points List form will show all the Points that are in the drawing.
It will be a PENZD file format with whether it is contourable on the end.
You can edit you Point Co-ordinates, Elevation and Code in the cell and upon getting out of the form it will update that point on the screen. You cant change the Point Number or whether it is contourable or not in the Cell.
The Pic below shows what is in the form.
Headings - Click on the heading sna dit will show Highest to Lowest and then Lowest to Highest or if a letter it will from A to Z or from Z to A.
Double click - if you double click on the Easting or NOrthing it will zoom to that Point in the drawing.
Zoom -/+ - This will then allow you to zoom in/out to the point which will be exactly in the middle of the drawing space. Makes it easier to find where a particular point is in the drawing.
Export - You can export out all the points in the list as an SDR20, SDR33, CSV (PENZC), CSV(PNEZC), GSI and ARE file formats.
Exit - Gets you out of the form.
Here is what it will look like once you have clicked on a point and it has zoomed to it in the drawing.
Edit Point Display form will allow you to change how the Points are display in the drawing.
This form will allow you to select one item from the top which is where you set it for manually select points or by code or by style or everything and tell it what to do at the bottom by forcing it on or off from what you select.
Manually Select Points
Change for a Point Style
Change for a Point Code
To select what items can be changed, you need to tick on the ones you want to change and click on proceed
If you have used the Attributes OFF commad to randomly turn off individual Attributes on different Points, you need to use the Attributes ON command to get those attributes back on the screen again. Edit Point Display won't turn those items back on.