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June 15, 2010

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I find that I use MEASURE more often than DIVIDE. I use MEASURE for placing posts (as a block) along a guiderail length. I also use MEASURE to put a marker at the 100' mark for measuring out the first section (sheet flow) of time of concentration paths. I have used DIVIDE to help with roughing out grading when I did it by hand in LDD, especially when I was trying to grade out intersections. I love the new C3D intersection grading wizard!

In the case of measure, I'd just use an alignment label and place it every so often in most cases.

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