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Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 10:58:57 AM | Adding a reference elevation to an existing elevation marker?

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I have an existing elevation marker that I set up as a reference to a drafting detail, facing West.

 

I want to add an elevation marker to the same bubble, facing North, that references a different drafting detail. I can't find any way to tell an elevation marker to reference an existing detail except the option in the ribbon when you're placing the first elevation. How do you reference a detail with a second/third/fouth marker? When I click the box to add the elevation facing North, it creates a new blank elevation, and I can't reference an existing one.

 

Any ideas? Thank you. 


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Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 7:57:46 AM | Adding a reference elevation to an existing elevation marker?

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Sorry - reference other view is not possible for multiple references.

If it is the same sheet, just place your reference other view under your new callout.


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