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Lab 4 Building Geodatabases Chapter 14, Exercises a, b and c
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14a, Step 1 Just a reminder how to navigate to your folder in ArcCatalog….
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14a, Steps 4 & 5 Y0ur window may differ from that in the book. Instead of Field Info (optional), you may see Field Map (optional).
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14b, Steps 4-13 Your window may differ from that in the book. Select ‘Line Features” in the drop - down menu. The rest of chapter 14b may differ greatly from that in your book. If so, use these following steps instead.
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Click ‘Import”
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Then navigate to your folder, Chapter 14\My Data.
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Unformatted text preview: Double – click CityData.mdb and click Parcels. The name of the coordinate system you imported appears in the Name box. Click ‘Next”. Accept default value and click ‘Next”. Click SHAPE, and you will see the field properties for the SHAPE field are displayed. Click ‘Finish’. 14c, Step 6 You may be missing a field property called ‘Domain’. Just click OK. Item Possible Points Total Questions 18 File Management 7 /25 Lab due next week! Grading...
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