You can click on a point on the screen, or enter the point number at the keyboard.

Type in the point number and press ENTER or TAB to fetch and display the bearing and distance.

Choose the first point for the calculation either by typing it in of clicking on a point in the job.

Choose the second point for the calculation either by typing it in of clicking on a point in the job.

The bearing from Point 1 to Point 2 is displayed in degrees, minutes and seconds DDD MM’ SS’ format.

Once the two points are entered, the Distance from Point 1 to Point 2 will be displayed here.

This is the difference in heights between the two points, Point 2 – Point1

Thus a positive number means the line from point 1 to point 2 slopes upwards

If either point does not have a height, this field will be left blank.

This is the slope of the line from point 1 to point 2

A positive slop means the line slopes upwards from point 1 to point 2

If either point does not have a height, this field will be left blank.

If the two points lie on a curve, the centre point number will be displayed here

A curve is defined as a curved string segment joining the two points.

If the two points line on a curve, the radius of the curve will be displayed here

A curve is defined as a curved string segment joining the two points.

If the two points line on a curve, the arc distance of the curve joining the two points is shown here

A curve is defined as a curved string segment joining the two points.