AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 Tutorials

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  • Contents
  • Welcome to the AutoCAD Civil 3D Tutorials
    • Getting More Information
    • Setting Up the Workspace
    • Saving Your Tutorial Drawings
  • Getting Started Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Understanding the AutoCAD Civil 3D User Interface
      • Exercise 1: Finding Tools
      • Exercise 2: Understanding the Toolspace
      • Exercise 3: Using the Panorama Window
    • Tutorial: Using Basic Functionality
    • Tutorial: Viewing AutoCAD Civil 3D Objects
      • Exercise 1: Setting Up the Drawing Window
      • Exercise 2: Changing the Display of an Object
      • Exercise 3: Viewing a Drawing in Model
  • Points Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating Point Data
      • Exercise 1: Creating Description Keys
      • Exercise 2: Creating Point Groups
      • Exercise 3: Importing Points from a Database
    • Tutorial: Displaying and Editing Points
      • Exercise 1: Displaying an Externally Referenced Drawing
      • Exercise 2: Changing the Style of a Point Group
      • Exercise 3: Changing Point Group Display Order
      • Exercise 4: Removing an Externally Referenced Drawing
      • Exercise 5: Editing Points
    • Tutorial: Adding User-Defined Properties to Points
      • Exercise 1: Creating User-Defined Properties
      • Exercise 2: Creating a Label Style That Displays a User-Defined Property
      • Exercise 3: Assigning User-Defined Properties to Points
      • Exercise 4: Importing Points with User-Defined Properties
      • Exercise 5: Querying User-Defined Property Information
  • Point Cloud Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Working with Point Clouds
      • Exercise 1: Importing Point Cloud Data
      • Exercise 2: Working with Point Cloud Styles
      • Exercise 3: Adding Point Cloud Data to a Surface
  • Surfaces Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating and Adding Data to a Surface
      • Exercise 1: Creating a TIN Surface
      • Exercise 2: Adding Point Data to a Surface
      • Exercise 3: Adding Breaklines to a Surface
      • Exercise 4: Adding an Outer Boundary to a Surface
    • Tutorial: Working with Large Surfaces
      • Exercise 1: Limiting Imported Surface Data
      • Exercise 2: Simplifying a Surface
    • Tutorial: Changing the Surface Style and Display
      • Exercise 1: Editing the Surface Style
      • Exercise 2: Using a Different Style for a Surface
      • Exercise 3: Labeling a Surface
    • Tutorial: Editing Surface Data
      • Exercise 1: Swapping TIN Edges
      • Exercise 2: Deleting TIN Lines
      • Exercise 3: Adding a Hide Boundary
      • Exercise 4: Smoothing a Surface
    • Tutorial: Creating a Watershed and Water Drop Analysis
      • Exercise 1: Configuring a Style for Watershed Display
      • Exercise 2: Generating a Watershed Analysis
      • Exercise 3: Creating a Watershed Legend
      • Exercise 4: Extracting Objects from a Surface
      • Exercise 5: Analyzing Surface Water Runoff
    • Tutorial: Generating Surface Volume Information
      • Exercise 1: Creating the Base and Comparison Surfaces
      • Exercise 2: Creating a TIN Volume Surface
      • Exercise 3: Creating a Composite Volume Calculation
    • Tutorial: Visualizing Surface Data
      • Exercise 1: Moving Multi-View Blocks to a Surface
      • Exercise 2: Rendering a Surface
    • Tutorial: Obtaining an Aerial Image and Draping It on a Surface
      • Exercise 1: Publishing Surface Data to Google Earth
      • Exercise 2: Importing a Google Earth Image
      • Exercise 3: Draping an Image on a Surface
  • Survey Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Survey Setup
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Survey Database
      • Exercise 2: Setting the Equipment and Figure Prefix Databases
      • Exercise 3: Adjusting and Verifying Settings
      • Exercise 4: Setting Survey Styles
      • Exercise 5: Setting Up a Linework Code Set
    • Tutorial: Importing Survey Data
      • Exercise 1: Importing Field-Coded Survey Data
      • Exercise 2: Updating Imported Survey Data
    • Tutorial: Viewing and Editing Survey Data
      • Exercise 1: Viewing Survey Data
      • Exercise 2: Editing a Figure
    • Tutorial: Analyzing and Reducing Survey Data
      • Exercise 1: Querying Survey Data
      • Exercise 2: Performing Traverse Analysis
      • Exercise 3: Performing Least Squares Analysis
      • Exercise 4: Translating a Survey Database
    • Tutorial: Manually Creating Survey Data
      • Exercise 1: Creating Survey Data Using the Toolspace Survey Tab
      • Exercise 2: Creating Survey Data Using the Traverse Editor
      • Exercise 3: Creating Survey Data Using the Survey Command Window
      • Exercise 4: Calculating an Azimuth in The Astronomic Direction Calculator
      • Exercise 5: Creating Figures from Parcels
    • Tutorial: Outputting Survey Information
      • Exercise 1: Viewing Inverse and Mapcheck Information on a Survey Figure
      • Exercise 2: Performing a Mapcheck Analysis with Parcel Labels
      • Exercise 3: Performing a Mapcheck Analysis by Manually Entering Data
      • Exercise 4: Working with Mapcheck Data
      • Exercise 5: Creating Surface Breaklines from Figures
  • Project Management Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Using Data Shortcuts
      • Exercise 1: Setting Up a Data Shortcut Folder
      • Exercise 2: Creating Data Shortcuts
      • Exercise 3: Referencing Data Shortcuts
    • Tutorial: Vault Setup
      • Exercise 1: Logging In to Autodesk Vault
      • Exercise 2: Creating User Accounts and Groups
      • Exercise 3: Creating a Project
    • Tutorial: Creating, Referencing, and Modifying Project Object Data
      • Exercise 1: Adding a Drawing to the Project
      • Exercise 2: Creating a Reference to a Project Object
      • Exercise 3: Checking Out and Modifying a Project Object
      • Exercise 4: Checking In a Project Object
      • Exercise 5: Updating a Project Object
    • Tutorial: Creating and Modifying Project Point Data
      • Exercise 1: Adding Points to a Project
      • Exercise 2: Checking Out and Modifying Project Points
      • Exercise 3: Checking In Project Points
    • Tutorial: Exporting and Importing Vault Projects
      • Exercise 1: Exporting a Vault Project
      • Exercise 2: Importing a Data Shortcut Project into Vault
  • Alignments Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating Alignments
      • Exercise 1: Creating an Alignment with the Alignment Layout Tools
      • Exercise 2: Adding Free Curves and Spirals to an Alignment
      • Exercise 3: Adding Floating Curves to an Alignment
    • Tutorial: Editing Alignments
      • Exercise 1: Editing the Layout Parameter Values of an Alignment
      • Exercise 2: Grip Editing an Alignment
      • Exercise 3: Applying a Mask to an Alignment
    • Tutorial: Working with Offset Alignments
      • Exercise 1: Creating Offset Alignments
      • Exercise 2: Editing an Offset Alignment
      • Exercise 3: Adding a Widening to an Offset Alignment
      • Exercise 4: Editing an Offset Widening
    • Tutorial: Designing an Alignment that Refers to Local Standards
      • Exercise 1: Drawing an Alignment that Refers to Design Criteria
      • Exercise 2: Viewing and Correcting Alignment Design Criteria Violations
      • Exercise 3: Working with Design Checks
      • Exercise 4: Modifying a Design Criteria File
    • Tutorial: Applying Superelevation to an Alignment
      • Exercise 1: Calculating Superelevation for an Alignment
      • Exercise 2: Calculating Superelevation for an Individual Curve
      • Exercise 3: Creating a Superelevation View
      • Exercise 4: Adding and Modifying Superelevation Stations
      • Exercise 5: Editing Superelevation Parameters Graphically
  • Profiles Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Designing Simple Profiles
    • Tutorial: Using Surface Profiles
      • Exercise 1: Creating and Displaying Surface Profiles with Offsets
      • Exercise 2: Changing the Profile Style
      • Exercise 3: Reviewing Surface Profile Characteristics
    • Tutorial: Using Layout Profiles
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Layout Profile
      • Exercise 2: Editing a Layout Profile
      • Exercise 3: Copying a Profile and Offsetting it Vertically
    • Tutorial: Designing a Profile that Refers to Local Standards
      • Exercise 1: Specifying Profile Design Criteria
      • Exercise 2: Drawing a Profile that Refers to Design Criteria
      • Exercise 3: Viewing and Correcting Profile Design Criteria Violations
    • Tutorial: Displaying and Modifying Profile Views
      • Exercise 1: Editing the Profile View Style
      • Exercise 2: Adding Hatch Patterns Between Profiles
      • Exercise 3: Projecting Objects onto a Profile View
      • Exercise 4: Splitting a Profile View
      • Exercise 5: Creating Multiple Profile Views
      • Exercise 6: Creating Stacked Profile Views
    • Tutorial: Working with Data Bands
      • Exercise 1: Adding Data Bands to a Profile View
      • Exercise 2: Moving Labels in a Data Band
      • Exercise 3: Modifying a Data Band Style
  • Parcels Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating Parcels
      • Exercise 1: Creating Parcels from AutoCAD Objects
      • Exercise 2: Subdividing a Parcel with a Free-Form Segment
      • Exercise 3: Subdividing a Parcel with a Slide Line
      • Exercise 4: Subdividing a Parcel with a Swing Line
      • Exercise 5: Working with Alignments and Parcels
    • Tutorial: Editing Parcel Data
      • Exercise 1: Sliding a Parcel Lot Line
      • Exercise 2: Swinging One End of a Parcel Lot Line
      • Exercise 3: Editing Parcel Lot Line Geometry
    • Tutorial: Displaying and Analyzing Parcels
      • Exercise 1: Changing Parcel Style Display Order
      • Exercise 2: Exporting Parcel Data
  • Grading Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Setting up Grading Standards
      • Exercise 1: Reviewing Grading Settings
      • Exercise 2: Creating Grading Criteria
      • Exercise 3: Creating Grading Styles
    • Tutorial: Creating Gradings
      • Exercise 1: Creating Feature Lines
      • Exercise 2: Assigning Feature Line Elevations
      • Exercise 3: Creating a Grading
    • Tutorial: Editing Gradings
      • Exercise 1: Editing the Grading Elevation
      • Exercise 2: Balancing Cut and Fill Volumes
      • Exercise 3: Editing the Grading Criteria
    • Tutorial: Grading from a Complex Building Footprint
      • Exercise 1: Simplifying a Building Footprint
      • Exercise 2: Grading from a Building Footprint to a Surface
      • Exercise 3: Filling Holes in a Grading
    • Tutorial: Using Feature Lines to Modify a Grading
      • Exercise 1: Smoothing Feature Line Arcs
      • Exercise 2: Adjusting Grading Triangulation with a Feature Line
      • Exercise 3: Working with Crossing Feature Lines
  • Corridor Assembly Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Working with Assemblies
      • Exercise 1: Creating an Assembly
      • Exercise 2: Modifying the Subassembly Name Template
      • Exercise 3: Managing Assemblies and Subassemblies
    • Tutorial: Creating an Assembly with Conditions
      • Exercise 1: Examining the Existing Corridor in Section
      • Exercise 2: Adding Conditional Subassemblies to a Corridor Assembly
      • Exercise 3: Adjusting Conditional Subassembly Properties
      • Exercise 4: Rebuilding the Corridor and Examining the Results
    • Tutorial: Saving and Sharing Corridor Assemblies
      • Exercise 1: Saving Assemblies to a Tool Palette
      • Exercise 2: Copying Assemblies to a Tool Catalog
      • Exercise 3: Publishing a Tool Catalog
      • Exercise 4: Installing a Tool Catalog
      • Exercise 5: Moving Assemblies from a Tool Catalog to a Tool Palette or Drawing
  • Corridors Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating a Basic Corridor Model
    • Tutorial: Creating a Corridor with a Transition Lane
      • Exercise 1: Creating an Assembly with a Transition Lane
      • Exercise 2: Creating a Corridor with a Transition Lane
    • Tutorial: Creating a Divided Highway Corridor
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Divided Highway Assembly
      • Exercise 2: Creating a Divided Highway Corridor
    • Tutorial: Viewing and Editing Corridor Sections
      • Exercise 1: Viewing Corridor Sections
      • Exercise 2: Editing Corridor Sections
    • Tutorial: Viewing and Rendering a Corridor
      • Exercise 1: Creating Corridor Surfaces
      • Exercise 2: Creating Corridor Surface Boundaries
      • Exercise 3: Visualizing a Corridor
  • Intersection and Roundabout Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating Intersections
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Peer Road Intersection
      • Exercise 2: Creating a Primary Road Intersection with Turn Lanes
      • Exercise 3: Creating an Intersection with Existing Geometry
    • Tutorial: Editing Intersections
      • Exercise 1: Editing the Horizontal Geometry of an Intersection
      • Exercise 2: Editing the Vertical Geometry of an Intersection
      • Exercise 3: Creating and Editing a Corridor in the Intersection Area
    • Tutorial: Working with Roundabouts
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Roundabout
      • Exercise 2: Adding an Approach Road to a Roundabout
      • Exercise 3: Adding a Turn Slip Lane to a Roundabout
      • Exercise 4: Editing Roundabout Components
      • Exercise 5: Working with Roundabout Design Standards and Presets
  • Sections Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating Section Views
      • Exercise 1: Creating Sample Lines
      • Exercise 2: Creating Section Views
    • Tutorial: Adding Data to a Section View
      • Exercise 1: Projecting an Object onto a Section View
      • Exercise 2: Adding a Section View Grade Label
      • Exercise 3: Adding a Data Band to a Section View
  • Material Calculation Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Calculating Earthwork Volumes from Corridor Models
      • Exercise 1: Reviewing Quantity Takeoff Criteria and Report Settings
      • Exercise 2: Creating a Material List
      • Exercise 3: Generating a Volume Report
    • Tutorial: Working with Mass Haul Diagrams
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Mass Haul Diagram
      • Exercise 2: Balancing Mass Haul Volumes
      • Exercise 3: Editing the Mass Haul Line Style
    • Tutorial: Calculating and Reporting Quantities
      • Exercise 1: Loading and Navigating a Pay Item List
      • Exercise 2: Assigning Pay Item Codes to AutoCAD Objects
      • Exercise 3: Assigning Pay Item Codes to Pipe Network Parts
      • Exercise 4: Assigning Pay Item Codes to Corridors
      • Exercise 5: Working with Quantity Reports
      • Exercise 6: Working with Pay Item Formulas
      • Exercise 7: Creating a Pay Item List
  • Pipe Network Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating a Pipe Network
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Pipe Network from a Polyline
      • Exercise 2: Creating a Pipe Network by Layout
      • Exercise 3: Adding Parts to a Pipe Network
    • Tutorial: Changing Pipe Network Properties
      • Exercise 1: Adding Parts to the Parts List
      • Exercise 2: Changing the Surface, Alignment, and Rules Configuration
      • Exercise 3: Adding a Branch to a Pipe Network
    • Tutorial: Viewing and Editing Pipe Networks
      • Exercise 1: Drawing Pipe Network Parts in a Profile View
      • Exercise 2: Adding Labels to Pipe Network Parts
      • Exercise 3: Editing Pipe Network Parts in a Profile View
      • Exercise 4: Overriding the Style of a Pipe Network Part in a Profile View
      • Exercise 5: Viewing Pipe Network Parts in a Section View
      • Exercise 6: Creating Pipe and Structure Tables
  • Part Builder Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Creating a Cylindrical Manhole Structure
      • Exercise 1: Defining the New Part in the Structure Catalog
      • Exercise 2: Defining the Manhole Geometry
      • Exercise 3: Matching Offsets and Dimensions to Parameters
      • Exercise 4: Verifying the New Part
    • Tutorial: Creating a Drop Inlet Manhole Structure
      • Exercise 1: Defining the New Part in the Structure Catalog
      • Exercise 2: Defining the Manhole Geometry
      • Exercise 3: Creating Profiles and Establishing Parameters
    • Tutorial: Creating a Vault Structure
      • Exercise 1: Defining the New Part in the Structure Catalog
      • Exercise 2: Defining the Vault Top Section Geometry
      • Exercise 3: Defining the Vault Box Geometry
      • Exercise 4: Finalizing the Part
      • Exercise 5: Using the New Part
  • Labels and Tables Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Preparing to Annotate a Drawing
      • Exercise 1: Attaching Drawings as Xrefs for Annotation
      • Exercise 2: Exploring the Annotation Tools on the Ribbon
    • Tutorial: Adding and Editing Labels
      • Exercise 1: Adding Labels in Groups
      • Exercise 2: Manually Labeling an Object
      • Exercise 3: Selecting and Moving Labels
      • Exercise 4: Working with Label Properties
    • Tutorial: Changing the Content of a Label
      • Exercise 1: Overriding Label Text
      • Exercise 2: Changing Label Content in the Drawing Settings
    • Tutorial: Working with Tables and Tags
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Parcel Area Table
      • Exercise 2: Converting Labels to Tags
      • Exercise 3: Renumbering Table Tags
    • Tutorial: Working with Label Styles
      • Exercise 1: Creating a Label Style
      • Exercise 2: Using a Child Label Style
      • Exercise 3: Controlling Label Appearance Using Layers
      • Exercise 4: Changing the Dragged State of a Label
      • Exercise 5: Changing a Label Style
      • Exercise 6: Creating a Label Style that Refers to Another Object
    • Tutorial: Using Expressions in Labels
      • Exercise 1: Creating an Expression
      • Exercise 2: Inserting an Expression Into a Label Style
  • Plan Production Tutorials
    • Tutorial: Preparing a Drawing for Plan and Profile Sheet Layout
      • Exercise 1: Configuring Viewports
      • Exercise 2: Creating View Frames
    • Tutorial: Generating Sheets for Plotting
      • Exercise 1: Creating Plan and Profile Sheets
      • Exercise 2: Creating Section Sheets
  • Tutorial Folder Locations
  • Index
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