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I need help overlaying two different maps. I have a base map that covers my
entire township (purchased with DM) and have saved a second map to the same
folder. This second map is more detailed than the base map but is also only
a portion of the township. I would like to place this detailed map onto the
base map where it belongs, however it defaults to the center of the base
map, which is not where it belongs. Is there a way to move the smaller map
to where it belongs on the base map?
Many thanks, John
Question: In the Help file, is there a section that describes DeedMapper's underlying files and projects "storage" or folder protocol?
Originally my DM subfolders from several years back were stored in a "master" folder named "DeedMapper." Later I renamed that folder simply "DM", assuming it made no difference once the program 'found it', and in fact I was able to work with the old projects (open, append new files, close, etc.), with no problem.
However, I found that when I created a new file in a new project folder, that sub-folder cannot be found in my DM folder. Instead, a new folder is created with the full name DeedMapper. The problem seems to be solved by deleting that new folder and renaming my "master" folder from DM back to DeedMapper.
I was surprised there seems to be no description of the folder "rules" in Help. Am I just overlooking it? Perhaps it is obvious to everyone; but perhaps not!
Those of you who are familiar with Orange Co.,VA, I am working on Deedmapper, but
I am stuck on some Runs and Branches South of the Rapidan near Racoon Ford and
specifically off Rocky Branch. Anybody can help?? you can email directly if you want.
Thanks for help.
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