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The plot may be showing somewhere but it's just not in the area you are
viewing. Select the plot in the Table View, go back into the Plot View,
click on the Jump button and you will get to it and be able to see it. If
you want it to land in a certain spot, rather than click the Jump button,
hold down your left mouse button at the spot you want the tract to be at,
and it should appear there.
>From: John W Lawrence [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Saturday, January 04, 2003 8:39 PM
>Subject: [DMU] Printing from Deed Mapper by Copy and Paste
>When I try to copy and paste the plots do not copy only the plot
>How can one copy part of the plot screen and paste it into a word
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I just want to verify that there is no way to lock plots together but still
be able to move the group of locked plots around on the map background.
They are locked to a particular location on the map.
I know I can select a group of plots, plot by plot, and move that group
together. Or through the use of the Filter.