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    Default Expression for Angle of Deflection in Label?

    I'm trying to create an expression to calc angle of deflection on an alignment.
    I've never written a expression before so I'm not sure where I'm going wrong, but at this point I've frustrated myself to the point that I can't even logically work through.
    I tried the formula ATAN2({PI Northing},{PI Easting}) and formatted the result as angle.
    Has anyone had any luck with this?
    My apologies if this is an overly simple question, I think I've worked myself into a stupor over this.
    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by hannac25; 2017-09-06 at 10:14 PM. Reason: forgot to include the formula

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    Default Re: Expression for Angle of Deflection in Label?

    Try this:

    Select the alignment, select Add Labels in the ribbon to open its menu, select Multiple Point of Intersection. This will label all the PIs of the selected alignment with a Point of Intersection label. This label entity has Delta Angle available as a property for labeling.

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