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How do I import an Excel file into Google Maps? How to import an Excel file into Google My Maps using Maptitude.
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How to locate data by coordinate using table formats such as comma separated (csv).
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How to register an image to be placed on a 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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How to perform reverse geocoding on a point, by clicking on a location in the map and finding the address information
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How to view the Geocoding precision field to give you details on the success of the geocoding process
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Using the Text to Columns feature in Microsoft Excel to format addresses for use in Maptitude
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Choose the Locate records in your file by Address, ZIP Code or City option to have Maptitude try several options if your data contains a mixture of records with addresses and no addresses.
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Use the Locate commands found by following Tools>Locate if you want to create a new layer from address information contained in your data.