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My suggestion would be use the declination feature of DeedMapper or go to
DeedMapper Help and it will tell you how to rotate a composite of all you
deed plots. I do not believe you can rotate the DeedMapper maps.
At 01:56 PM 12/1/00 -0700, Garry Brown wrote:
>I am trying to fit together about 500 deeds laid out in a long forgotten
>and erroneous grid system in west TN onto a modern map.
>If I rotate the deeds with an include item, the lines all become
>discontinuous and not pretty.
>Is there some way to rotate the maps I purchased from Direct Line Software.
>Garry S Brown
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I am trying to fit together about 500 deeds laid out in a long forgotten and erroneous grid system in west TN onto a modern map.
If I rotate the deeds with an include item, the lines all become discontinuous and not pretty.
Is there some way to rotate the maps I purchased from Direct Line Software.
Garry S Brown