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How to make map labels visually appealing and easy to read using GIS software
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How to open an .an1 file in Maptitude using the File>Open and setting the file type to GPS Data.
Last modified by Maptitude Support - 1 year ago
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How to Add Country Labels in Different Languages
Last modified by Maptitude Support - 1 year ago
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How to draw label callouts so that multiple labels can point to one location.
Last modified by Maptitude Support - 1 year ago
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When you can use the Edit-Undo function in Maptitude, and what to do when this option is not available
Last modified by Maptitude Support - 3 years ago
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How to reformat the data in your layer so that it displays more clearly in your labels
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Creating a copy of an area layer to use Hover Fields with
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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.
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You can use the labels options on your Territory layer to show any of the Tracking Fields you selected. These labels will update as you make edits to your map. Click on the labels icon  next to your Territory layer in the Display Manager.
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When you move a label with the Customize Labels tool it will snap to align with other moved labels. Press the Space Bar while moving a label to turn off this behavior.