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Unformatted text preview: Go Toolbar can be downloaded free of charge from the
TerraGo Technologies website: http://www.terragotech.com.
4. In Adobe Reader, click the Edit pull-down menu and select Preferences>>TerraGo. Set the
Coordinate Display format to decimal degrees (DDD.DDDDD), the Display Units to Feet, the Area
Units to Acres, and the Degrees to decimal degrees (DDD.DDDDD°). Click OK. 7 5. Right click in the gray blank area of the Adobe Reader toolbar (to the left of the word Tools) and
make sure the Hand Tool and Marquee Zoom tool in the Select & Zoom toolset are activated
(checked). Leave the other tools at their default checked or unchecked settings.
6. The TerraGo pull-down menu and toolbar add several new tools to the graphical user interface
of Adobe Reader. The tools have red icons. Click View>>Extended>>TerraGo GeoPDF. The
TerraGo GeoPDF toolbar appears to the right of the map.
7. Click the Marquee Zoom tool and drag zoom boxes until you are zoomed in to Fuller Lake in the
southwest portion of Ice Lake Basin. Near the center of the Adobe Reader toolbar, you should
see a box with a large % value. You should set to a zoom-in value of 800%. Type this number in
the box, and press the Enter key on the keyboard. Use the Hand Tool to recenter your map, and
make sure a really big Fuller Lake is in the center of the Adobe Reader frame.
8. READ THIS ENTIRE STEP BEFORE YOU START TO DIGITIZE. In the TerraGo GeoPDF toolbar, click
GeoMeasure>>Measure Area. Move the Measure Area window so that it is not on top of
the map, and make sure you can see the entire lake. As you move the mouse pointer over the
lake, notice that it is now a large K symbol. You are going to use this tool to digitize an outer
boundary around the lake. Start by pointing somewhere in the middle of the thick, dark blue
lake boundary, and single left click once. Continue around the perimeter of the lake, pointing
and single-clicking, and staying within the middle of the thick blue line. You can delete a point
that you just digitized by right clicking on the lake boundary. Be very car...
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This document was uploaded on 04/01/2014.
- Fall '14