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Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 7:29:03 PM | Changing Project Levels While Keeping Survey Point Levels

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I am attempting to change my 'Project Base Point' levels while keeping the same 'Survery Point' levels. In the attached image I need the -4'-6" level to now be 0'-0" but the survey points need to stay exactly as they are now.

I do not want to move the project. I am hoping to just visually change the level heights. Hopefully there is a simple process that I am overlooking... but I did quite a bit of searching and reading before posting this. Thanks for the help!



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Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 7:31:07 PM | Changing Project Levels While Keeping Survey Point Levels

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To clarify, the buildings and site are not moving. The levels just need to be renumbered to simplify the documentation process. 


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Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 9:47:39 PM | Changing Project Levels While Keeping Survey Point Levels

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Please search your HELP - "levels" and read about your level settings.  Your answer is there.


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Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 7:45:20 PM | Changing Project Levels While Keeping Survey Point Levels

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I am having a rough time figuring this one out. Everything I am reading help and online is saying to set the elevations to 'survey point' then use the relocate project command. This is not a viable option as I need the survey points to align with the civil engineer's data. 

Is there a section of the help file that I did not see pertaining to this? Since I need to change the numbering on the 'Project Base Point' Level setting I was hoping actually moving the base point up the needed distance would do this trick. Just like relocate project, it changes the 'survey point' but not the 'project base point.' 


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Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 1:48:45 PM | Changing Project Levels While Keeping Survey Point Levels

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This video may help you:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BigvY4LT-RI


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Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 9:49:12 PM | Changing Project Levels While Keeping Survey Point Levels

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That do it WWHub. Thank you! 

I wasn't 'unclipping' the paper clip previously as I changed the project base point elevation. 


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