Maptitude has a Locate Wizard that will automatically map your locations and apply the next best level of accuracy for un-found locations. You can control exactly which locate methods you want to apply and once your records are located, Maptitude reports the method used to place each pushpin. The following article will outline how to …
Maptitude Learning Portal articles tagged with Geocoding
How to locate data by coordinate using table formats such as comma separated (csv).
How to register an image to be placed on a map.
How to perform reverse geocoding on a point, by clicking on a location in the map and finding the address information
How to view the Geocoding precision field to give you details on the success of the geocoding process
Using the Text to Columns feature in Microsoft Excel to format addresses for use in Maptitude
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.
Use the Locate commands found by following Tools>Locate if you want to create a new layer from address information contained in your data.