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Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 2:43:45 PM | spot elevation break

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jmskennedy


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Is it possible to have a break in a spot elevation that is similar to a level?

I am trying to call out multiple elevations in a section (T.O. plate, T.O. subfloor, T.O.R.O., etc.) and they are very close together.  I'd like to break the spot elevation to move it down just like you can do to a level.

Is there a better method I should be using for my elevations in the sections?

Thanks.

James

 


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