In the previous blog we created drawing boundaries in a seed file for plan and details. In this blog, we will add content within these drawing boundaries from named boundaries. Content within a named boundary dynamically updates when any changes are made in the design file.
Let us see an example of how this can be done:
Open the DRAINAGE STRUCTURES.dgn file (…\MSBasicsCivil\Standards\Dgnlib\DrawComp\Roadway\DRAINAGE STRUCTURES.dgn).
Say we want to compose a specific part of the plan on a sheet, to plot. For this, we will create a named boundary around the desired area in the plan. We will then compose the content within this named boundary using the sheet model seed that we created in the previous blog. Follow the steps below:
Follow the steps below:
Note: In case of more details you can select the number of rows and columns accordingly. You can also choose to maintain a defined overlap between the named boundaries too.