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How to contact the Maptitude team to request or purchase GIS consulting services.
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How to Add Country Labels in Different Languages
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How to change the displayed style for streets to be wide white lines.
Last modified by Maptitude Support - 6 months ago
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You can translate the Maptitude menus into different languages using the translate menu add-ins on the Maptitude GISDK add-ins page.
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You can right-click on one or more drawing items in a map and choose Copy, then go to any other open map and right-click and choose Paste to copy the items to the same location on that map.
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You can use Map>New Map to geocode your locations by country, by world city/town, and by coordinate, and to create heat maps of your data by country. You can add global backgrounds via Map>Imagery.
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Maptitude makes it easy to save a map into a PDF format. Simply, choose File>Export>PDF and your default PDF printer driver is used to create a PDF that is automatically oriented portrait or landscape.
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You can change the mouse cursor back to the pointer arrow when, for example, you have chosen another tool such as the Info tool. Simply choose the Pointer button on the Drawing toolbar.
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You can use the Map>Imagery>USGS Topographic Maps command to add a topographic relief map to the background of your maps.
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Press Ctrl+ on your keyboard to make all labels and point symbols larger and all lines and area borders wider, or press Ctrl- to make them smaller. Press Ctrl 0 to reset the sizes to the default.