The SPCogoPtsToSHP command will dump Cogo Points to an ESRI Shapefile, which may be imported into other GIS applications.
In order to use this command, you should have a Coordinate Zone set in your drawing settings.
There are two primary methods of usage:
The exported point data will include the Point Number, X (Easting), Y (Northing), Z (Elevation), & Description, as well as any UserDefinedProperties (UDP's) associated with the point.
Once the point selection is made you will be prompted for a SHP filename for the Shapefile. The default name will be that of the current drawing with the SHP extension. Hitting Save with a valid file name will start the Shapefile creation. The command creates ObjectDTables based on the UDPClassifications, fills the tables with the UDP’s then creates Autocad Points with the CogoPoint data attached as ObjectData, the shapefiles are written, and finally the Autocad Points and ODTables are removed from the drawing and you are left back at the command prompt.
Dump Cogo Points to a KMZ file (a compressed KML file), which may be loaded into Google Earth.
Allows any or all Civil Styles in the current drawing to be exported into a selected target drawing in a single step.
Allows any or all Civil Styles in a selected source drawing to be imported into the current drawing in a single step.
Quick Layer Import functionality
Quickly and easily import a layer from any of a variety of sources, without interrupting the current command.