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Last updated 12/5/2017
New search capabilities let you search for Parcel Number and Addresses in the same box. The Search box also looks for a match in multiple layers so you can find what you are looking for even if it is not in the parcel data.
Draw on the Map
Tired of using markers and pens to draw on your maps? We now have tools that let you add shapes and text to your maps before you print!
Do you have GPS points you want to locate on a map? Use the Zoom to Point tool on the Find tab.
Do you want to know what the coordinates are for something on the map? Use the Coordinates tool to find out.
Switch Between Maps Without Starting Over
Did you start in one map but need to switch to another? Use the “View in a Different Map” tool to switch to a different map without having to relocate the area you are interested in.
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By default most of the layers are not transparent. If you display multiple layers one layer might hide the others. Additionally layers may hide the base map. You can adjust the transparency of the visible layers by moving the transparency slider. The transparency applies to all visible layers in that group.
- Locate the Layer List in the Left Panel.
- Find the Transparency Slider next to the layer group you wish to change.
- Slide the bar to the left to make the layers in that group transparent or to the right to the make them less transparent.
On the Home Tab of your Toolbar, in the Basic Tools Group, click on the Share Tool
This will in turn popup your media options screen:
For example if you chose to email this map, select the email icon and it will open your default email program with the URL link information populated in your email message:
When the recipient gets your email, they can click on the link in the email, and it will launch the map zoomed into the area of the map that you wanted to share with them.