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Published on Aug 12, 2017
If the time comes that you need to create a derivative, or a “variation” of a Civil 3D label style, consider creating a child style. A child is simply a copy that is linked to the original style. Using a child, you can override as many of the original settings as you like, and if the original style is ever modified, those changes will propagate to the child style, so long as the modified settings haven’t been overridden. In this session we’ll use the child style concept to edit vertical curve labels that appear in split profile views. For more Autodesk infrastructure tips & tricks, please visit www.civilimmersion.typepad.com