I haven't "published" plat maps directly, but I have "copied and
pasted" selected plats from Deed-Mapper
to PhotoShop CS, where they are layered with maps from other sources that I have
"shopped" in order to
show placement of the land with county line changes and such. By doing this, I was also
able to make
labels and do more graphically with the plats.
Deedmapper is a great program, and if I were going to print out hundreds of copies,
I'd probably see if I
could "print to PDF", save the file on a flash drive and take it to Kinkos or
another store for printing.
Or print out a really good original and do the same thing.
Pat (in Tucson)
|From: Elaine Neal [mailto:email@example.com]
|Sent: Friday, April 14, 2006 06:56
|Subject: [DMU] Publishing/Exhibiting Results: How to
|Have any of you published or exhibited your results? Could you tell
|briefly how you did it?
|I think am interested in printing several hundred copies of the map of
|plats but I am unsure how to do this. Can any of you offer examples
|that I might acquire/buy? I am interested your experiences and "does"
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