AutoCAD Civil 3D Tip: Add Property Set Data to Labels

1. Open the Label Style Composer by creating or editing a label style for the object.
2. In the Label Style Composer dialog box, click the Layout tab.
3. Select an existing component from the Component Name list, or add a new component for the label text.
4. Under Text, click in the Value column for Contents, and then click 

5. In the Text Component Editor dialog box, click the Property Sets tab.
Note: The Property Sets tab will not appear in the Text Component Editor if there is no property set applied to the relevant object type.
6. Select the property set definition to use and the property to insert.
7. Click  to insert the property into the text window. In the following example, the Type property has been added to the label style after the point number.

8. After adding each property into the text window, click in the window and press Enter to insert a paragraph return.
9. Add static text as needed in the Text Component Editor window, such as “Condition” or “Tree Height”.
To do this, click in the Text Component Editor window and enter the text directly.

10. Click OK.

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Jessica Scheidler

Jessica Scheidler

As Operations Manager, Jessica Scheidler is in charge of making sure everything that happens behind the scenes at EnvisionCAD runs smoothly and efficiently. Jessica comes to EnvisionCAD from Filene Research Institute in Madison, WI. As membership and development manager, she secured donations to ensure cooperative finance institutions had access to and maximized the nonprofit’s research, innovation, and impact programs. Prior to that, she managed a comprehensive stewardship and recognition program and oversaw grants and fundraising events as part of Overture Center for the Arts’ development team. Jessica has also been the assistant director of the Wausau Center for the Visual Arts and coordinator for the Wausau Festival of Arts. When Jessica’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, good eats, art, decorating and anything outdoors.


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