Editing in ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop
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This 1 day course gives a wide ranging introduction to editing in ArcGIS 10.x
A new editing experience was introduced at ArcGIS 10. This new streamlined editing allows faster and more intuitive editing. It introduced the concept of editing templates along with a new create features window and new snapping.
This fast paced course takes the student from basic editing functions through to the advanced editing tools. It also covers editing of annotation and topological data.
The student will use a variety of tools to create new point, line, polygon and annotation data. They will then edit vertices and explore some of the advanced editing functions.
Note: Students must have previously attended an ArcGIS introduction course (such as ArcGIS 1 – Fundamentals of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop and ArcGIS 2 – Essentials of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop) or have regular experience of using ArcGIS desktop. The student must be familiar with the basic functions of ArcGIS.
Students must have previously attended an ArcGIS introduction course such as ArcGIS 1 – Fundamentals of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop and ArcGIS 2 – Essentials of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop or have regular experience of using ArcGIS desktop. The student must be familiar with the basic functions of ArcGIS.
Starting an edit session; Create features; Templates; Construction tools; Snapping
Basic tools; Context menus (sketch tools); Attribute entry; Saving edits
Trace; Curves; Distance-Distance; Shortcuts
Vertex editing toolbar; Edit existing features
Editor menu – merge, union, copy parallel; Advanced editing toolbar – Fillet; Trim; Extend; Explode multi-part feature
Set up labels; Convert labels to annotation; Edit annotation; Add map annotation
Customize a menu; Customize a toolbar; Create a map cache
Create geodatabase topology; Validate topology; Topology edit tool; Error inspector; Fix errors
Digitizing On-Line Data (if internet available)
Add ArcGIS.com data; Transformations; Digitizing options
ArcToolbox and Help (exploration)
Investigate ArcToolbox; Use help files; Investigate coordinate geometry