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    Default I cant find my elevation !

    I know it's in there because I see it on my sheets. An object must be way out somewhere for me not be be able to see the elevation even when I zoom to fit. any suggestions?

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    Default Re: I cant find my elevation !

    You can set your elevation view to scope box if you have them in your project. Scope box is great to crop view.

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    Default Re: I cant find my elevation !

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluefairy View Post
    I know it's in there because I see it on my sheets. An object must be way out somewhere for me not be be able to see the elevation even when I zoom to fit. any suggestions?
    turn on the crop region. the anotation for the elevation symbol is probably outside the annotation crop. readjust it, then turn the crop boundary off.
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    Default Re: I cant find my elevation !

    If none of the other suggestions work, click on the "Reveal hidden elements" button (light bulb at the bottom of the screen). Someone may have temporarily hidden it, and forgot to unhide it.

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