To Set Geographic Location from a Map You can insert geographic location information to a drawing file by specifying the location of a reference point on a map provided by an online maps service. Note: You must be signed in to your Autodesk account to use the online maps service. Click Insert tab￼Location panel￼Set Location drop-down￼From Map. ￼ Find If the Geolocation - Online Map Data task dialog box displays, click Yes. In the Geographic Location dialog box, in the Address box, type the name of a landmark or road near the reference location and click ￼. Tip: If you know the latitude and longitude of a nearby location, you can search for that as well. . In the results pane, on the result nearest to the reference location, click Drop Marker Here. A marker is inserted in the map. Tip: Instead of searching, you can zoom the map, right-click the location and click Drop Marker Here. Zoom the map such that the marker and the location to set are clearly visible. Drag the geographic marker to the desired location. Tip: Instead of dragging the marker, you can right-click the desired location and click Move Marker Here. Click Next. In the GIS Coordinate System list, select a coordinate system. Tip: The coordinate system that has its datum closest to the marker location provides the best results. By default, this is the first coordinate system in the list. Click Continue. In the drawing area, click the position corresponding to the location you selected in step 6. At the command prompt, enter the angle from the X axis to the north direction. UTM TO LAT,LONG/LATLONG TO UTM CONVERTER : DOWNLOAD LINK : 1 ) DRIVE : https://drive.google.com/drive/folder... DOWNLOAD LINK : 2) BLOGGER : https://thesolutiontutorial.blogspot.... Autodesk Autocad 2015-2018 geolocation online map hotfix DOWNLOAD LINK : 1) DRIVE : https://drive.google.com/drive/folder...
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