Presents a hands-on course which introduces students to Microstation PC, a powerful and popular software for digital mapping. Topics include Microstation basics, 2D element constructions and manipulations, data entry, data editing, and data integrity.
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Upon successful completion, the student should be able to:
Navigate the MicroStation interface.
Create, manipulate and modify simple elements.
Create complex shapes and enclose their areas.
Create cells and cell libraries.
Place text and dimensions.
Attach references to DGN files within MicroStation.
Link non-graphical information to MicroStation elements.
Effective as of Fall 2005
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