Thank you Bob. The odd part about the color fill is that the colored
plot "flashes" by but does not stick. The "map" is a jpg image. I
I will need to get a good old DeedMapper map, as Steve calls them.
Bob Wilson wrote:
I am sure that the answer is that your "map" is treated as
an image and the
only controls you have are those under View>Options>Images. The maps that
Direct Line sells are different than scanned images of maps that you can
create. They are vector line maps giving you the ability to change
background color and line color for the different types of maps. The deed
plotting works the same with either or both. I have not tried a scanned
image myself so someone that has will probably confirm this. The file types
for scanned images are bmp, jpg, and tif. The maps that Direct Line sells
are bmf. Look in the Help file under Maps:computer-compatible.