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    Unhappy Convert Feature to 3D in version 10 using TIN or Raster Surface

    I am not seeing the tool i've used so often in version 9.3. Convert Features to 3D is no longer included in the 3D Analyst toolbar but i also don't see it in the toolbox.
    I see Feature to 3D By Attribute but how do i convert Features to 3D using a surface??

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    Default Re: Convert Feature to 3D in version 10 using TIN or Raster Surface

    Quote Originally Posted by jakubsisak View Post
    I am not seeing the tool i've used so often in version 9.3. Convert Features to 3D is no longer included in the 3D Analyst toolbar but i also don't see it in the toolbox.
    I see Feature to 3D By Attribute but how do i convert Features to 3D using a surface??
    The Answer is Interpolate Shape

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    Post Re: Convert Feature to 3D in version 10 using TIN or Raster Surface

    Quote Originally Posted by jakubsisak View Post
    The Answer is Interpolate Shape
    Many thanks for your answer

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    Default Re: Convert Feature to 3D in version 10 using TIN or Raster Surface

    There is also this tool, the Feature to 3d by Attribute, also bear in mind you can pull any of the geoprocessing tools in ArcToolbox, back into your Toolbar. This option was the other half of the 'Convert to 3d' button in the 3d Analyst toolbar.
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