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#328297
I have a project where project basepoint is 55200mm above sea level. Unfortunately, I didn't know that until yesterday, and my client would like the storey-heights shown i sections to reflect this. What is the easiest way of making this happen?

In the image below, Gateplan means street level, and it should be 55,2m, not Zero. And, is it possible to add information to the height? I want to add MOH after the height, (it means meters above sealevel)

This is in AC22, if it matters

.Thnx a lot

.Kamelite
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#328299
Kamelite wrote:What is the easiest way of making this happen?
I would open a Section > point the cursor over the Story Line > right click > Click the "Edit Story Level" command > Drag the Story Line (With one of the 4 options available) to the desired level.
Hope this helps.
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