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I don't use ArcView, but I do use Delorme XMap GIS Editor. I can distill the
data in a Deedmapper deed file and import it into XMap...I think it is
called a "survey file" import. I have to reformat the metes and bounds, but
this is easily done in MS Notebook to create a text file. XMap recognizes
quadrant bearings (N56W) as well as azimuth, but it needs distances in feet
rather than poles.
W. Scott Smith, Managing Partner
The Antiquaries, LC
Historical Research & Consulting
Office: The Piedmont Center, 311 Rivermont Avenue
Mailing: P.O. Box 75, Lynchburg, VA 24505
I didn't even know there was a 4.0 version.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ric Skinner" <ric.skinner(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2008 2:19 PM
Subject: [DMU] DeedMapper 4.0 & ArcView 9.3
> I'm considering purchasing DeedMapper 4.0 but would like to know if the
> mapped deed can be exported in a GIS format for use in ArcView 9.3. Or, if
> anyone has developed a work-around to do so.
> Ric Skinner, GISP
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I'm considering purchasing DeedMapper 4.0 but would like to know if the
mapped deed can be exported in a GIS format for use in ArcView 9.3. Or, if
anyone has developed a work-around to do so.
Ric Skinner, GISP
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