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ibanezdropd
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06/28/06 04:33 PM
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I am very new to ArcGIS software. I used it starting last semester and that was very basic stuff. Anyways, here's my question...

I have two data frames of the same map. I want one map to stay static. When you click on a certain part of the one map-- The other map will zoom to that extent and location. Is this possible to do within ArcMap? If anyone knows how please let me know. Until then I will keep messing around until I figure it out or think of a different way of doing it.



tra77
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07/15/06 12:05 AM
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Hi, sorry this is not a reply to answer your question.
But i want to add another question.

Just as simple as How to divide a 2 separated polygons??
i mean i have 2 shape of polygon, but they are recognize as 1 polygon.
I create this by clipping a divider polygon at them.

Anyone know how to solve this, please??
Thank you. :)





mymhj
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09/21/06 01:11 AM
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hi ,how are you ,
i am a china boy.i first come here.
i have saw your question, if you use arcview 3.2 ,i think your question would be solved.

sorry . my english is poor ,so i would make much mistake grammar


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