I am working on a plans submittal where several sheets will require aerials. Generally, I like to create an Aerials.dgn, reference in all the aerial rasters, and then reference that dgn into any drawing where it is needed. The problem, I cannot find a QC compliant file name for my Aerials.dgn.
Is there an appropriate name for a file or this type or is there another procedure I should follow. I'd like to avoid having to reference the rasters into each individual drawing.
Yes, you may create sub-directories under any of the discipline folders. You just can't create additional folders in the root of the project.
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Actually I had one further questions concerning the location of the actual raster images. I put them in our survey folder and created another folder called Aerials where the sids and sdws are
stored. Will this be QC compliant?