Redlands, California—Editing in ArcGIS 9: Tips and Tricks II, a new live training seminar from ESRI Virtual Campus, explores the newest tips and tricks in ArcGIS Desktop.
The seminar is ideal for experienced ArcGIS users who edit features in ArcMap and want to learn techniques to increase efficiency and precision. The Web seminar will be presented on April 27, 2006, at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 3:00 p.m. Pacific time.
ArcGIS Desktop has a variety of tools and commands to edit and manipulate data. Following Editing in ArcGIS 9: Tips and Tricks I, this seminar offers more ways to work with editing tools to construct vector geometry. The presenter will explore common editing challenges in ArcMap and reveal and demonstrate their solutions. Key points include using sketch constraints, creating cul-de-sacs and generating street centerlines, editing with offsets, and splitting and subdividing lines.
A broadband Internet connection and an ESRI Virtual Campus membership are required to view the seminar. Becoming a Virtual Campus member is free and only takes a few minutes. Following the live presentation, the seminar will be archived and available for viewing at any time on the Virtual Campus Web site. More information about this seminar, including instructions for attending and a schedule of upcoming seminars, is available at http://campus.esri.com/seminars.
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