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Post  whoisdomain.net on Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:58 am

Draw is not very good with polar coordinates, but you can accomplish something like that. It's not exactly my area of expertise, but if I'm reading you right...
First determine the scale of your drawing. Set it by menu item Tools - Options, branch OOo.Draw - General



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Post  whoisdomain.net on Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:05 pm

While it is not elegant, yes, it will work. Back before total stations and downloading survey data directly into AutoCAD this was the way to plot survey data. It mimics the way we used to do it "on the board" (manual drafting). Locate the transit setup, denote which way was 0d00'00", mark off the angle, then scale the distance. Denote survey point (tree, hydrant, curb, pole, house corner, etc.) with proper symbol, label it then move on to the next point. Down, dirty and tedious but it got the job done. Entire countries were mapped with this technique.



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