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When creating a thematic map, if your points are clustered close together, you may want to set the style of the layer to be less than 100% Opacity so that overlapping symbols are clearer.
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You can delete a selection set by right-clicking on a selection set in the Display Manager and choosing Remove.
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You can display the Rename Selection Set dialog box by right-clicking on a selection set in the Display Manager and choosing Rename.
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If your mouse has a scroll wheel you can zoom in by rolling the scroll wheel away from you, zoom out by rolling the scroll wheel toward you, and pan by holding the scroll wheel down and dragging the map to a new location.
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You can add tools to let you navigate through selection sets or keep running totals for a certain field of a selection set by clicking Options in the Selection Toolbar and checking the appropriate boxes.
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You can export demographic overlay data and other information to Excel by choosing the layer to export, making it the working layer, and clicking the Export to Excel button  on the Standard toolbar.
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You can change the default style used by the drawing tools by choosing Edit>Preferences and clicking the polygon, line, or point sample buttons on the Freehand/Layout tab.
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Using the selection tools, selecting features by location or condition, combining selection sets, and computing statistics