I have cogo points at 0.00' elevation. Is there a way to drape them onto the surface so they then will display the elevation of the surface? There are quiet a few and calculating and manually typing in the elevations would be a nightmare for this size of project.
What software are you using?
If you are using InRoads SS2, you can assign elevations using the Geometry > Utilities > Assign Elevations command. Just select the points, set the Source to From Surface and identify the Surface from the drop down list.
Answer Verified By: Lucas Richards
You will also like to use Geometry/Cogo Points/Edit Multiple - (can do the same what tool mentioned by Mark) and additionally you can use it to reassign Names/Styles/Description of your COGO points.
And if you need, for example, COGO points to be like few cm below terrain (mimic gullies/inlets) you can use Geometry/Utilities/Transform.