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Monthly archive for March 2012

eNewsletter: March 2012

President’s Message: Closures and Adjustments – Mark’s Tech Corner: Protecting Your Most Valuable Asset – Your Data – Eric Tanikawa: March Madness President’s Message: Closures and Adjustments Just about every day, we get asked, “Does TPC do closures?” And the short answer is, “Yes.” Every traverse has a closure because it starts somewhere and stops somewhere. If it closes back on itself, it’s a Closed Loop and generates an area. Traverses know if they close back on themselves, so they can set this closure type automatically. If a traverse doesn’t close back on itself, it’s a Closed Point-to-Point and you supply the correct closing point. Pretty simple – and it should be. Entering a legal description into a traverse produces a closure so you can check the description ‘on its face’. Taping around a foundation produces a closure so you can check your measurements. Entering

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