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TrainingHow to copy arcs & lines from Job to Job in TSC3 with Trimble Ted Link1. In general survey, click on "Jobs". open job w/ arc's & lines.2. Click "Jobs" & "import / export".3. Click on "Export fixed format file"4. Choose file format:Trimble DC v10.75. Hit "Accept" (you should see it export data) transfer complete... Hit OK.6. Click on "Jobs"7. Click on "Import / Export"8. Click on "import fixed format"9. Set File format to "Trimble DC v10.7" & in "From", choose DC file.In "To" ...create brand new job. & Hit "Accept".10. Go to Jobs in main menu & Open brand new job & go to map to view arc's & lines.11. Link point files needed.Rock & Roll !160720God bless

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