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    Default how do you transfer styles?

    i have Civil 3d 2009 and have been customizing the styles (surfaces, grading, etc) and would like to be able to transfer all that work to another computer. I can't find an export option or where the styles types are filed. Can anyone tell me how this is done?

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    Default Re: how do you transfer styles?

    All the styles are stored in the drawing. Just copy the drawing to the other computer. Most people create a template file (*.dwt) and share that on a network. Using that for creating new drawings.
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    Default Re: how do you transfer styles?

    In 2012 version one can find the Insert panel of the Ribbon. It's on the far right side.

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