Do you need to import an ESRI point file and have the points on the correct “Z” coordinate. The way this can be done in MAP is to import the shp file with Object Data attached, provided the correct elevation is in the data with the shape file. Then attach the “point drawing” to your project and run an alter properties query using the expressions function. This simple example should get you pointed in the right direction.
Once the points are imported save and close the drawing. Open a new drawing or your project that you need the points in, attach the drawing you just created. Create an alter-properties query, in this sample I am using “Location ALL” because there is only the points in the drawing. If you already have the points with the OD in an existing drawing you can filter just the layer, points or what you need by the standard query methods.
This method of using an Alter Properties Query can also be used to set the elevations for blocks if the value is stored as attributes. For the expression use the properties of the block attribute and get the value from there.