The MovePoints command moves points horizontally in the drawing. Unlike the standard MOVE command, the points will not be moved in the Z-direction, so you will not get any unintentional datum adjustment when picking the base point and displacement point from the drawing. Points may also be selected by Point Group.
This command may also exhibit significantly faster performance than the normal AutoCAD MOVE command.
Type MovePoints at the command line. At the prompt, select the points you wish to move, or type "PO" to select points by Point Group. After selecting points, pick the Base Point and Displacement Point for the move.
The MovePoints command may be used to move points that are locked to a Station/Offset via a Dynamic Point Link (see the DLPoints command).
Copy Civil-3D Point locations, with an option to select by point group.
Manages dynamic links between Cogo Points and other Civil-3D entities. This allows the elevations of Cogo Points to change dynamically whenever the "master" object changes. Similarly, the description may be set to display the Station/Offset of the point, and the Station/Offset will also dynamically respond to changes in the model. The "master" object may be a Surface, a Profile, an Alignment, or a linear entity such as a Feature Line, Survey Figure, Polyline, or 3D-Polyline.
Find and Replace text in the Raw Description for points.
Displays a list of available point numbers in the command window.
Set the next point number for point creation.
Add and/or remove selected Civil-3D Points to/from one or more existing Point Groups.
Manually create points with a variety of options, including getting the elevation from the pick point.
Rotate Civil-3D Point Markers.
Rotate Civil-3D Point locations, with an option to select by point group.
Rounds selected Cogo Point elevations to the specified interval.
Scales Civil-3D Cogo Points horizontally without applying a datum adjustment to the points.
Displays a list of used point numbers in the command window.
Zoom to a Cogo Point by typing the Point Name or Number in the command window.