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To change the display name of a coordinate system:
 
 
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<li>From the '''Customisation''' menu, select '''Coordinate System Manager'''. The Coordinate System Manager window displays.
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<li>In the '''Customisation''' menu &rarr;'''Coordinate System Manager'''.  
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[[Image:UserManual CoordinateSystemManagerWindow.png|450px|center]]<br/>
 
<li>Highlight the row of the coordinate system that you would like to edit.</li>
 
<li>Highlight the row of the coordinate system that you would like to edit.</li>
<li>Click the [[Image:FieldViewIcon.png]] button. The Coordinate System Manager window displays:
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<li>Click the [[Image:FieldViewIcon.png]] button.  
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[[Image:uMFig177.png|center|400px|''Coordinate Reference System Editor Window'']]<br/>
 
 
[[Image:uMFig177.png|center|500px|''Figure 177. Coordinate Reference System Editor Window'']]
 
 
 
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<li>Enter the display name you would like to use in the Display Name field.</li>
 
<li>Enter the display name you would like to use in the Display Name field.</li>
 
<li>If you would like to use this coordinate system as your default coordinate system, check the Default checkbox.</li>
 
<li>If you would like to use this coordinate system as your default coordinate system, check the Default checkbox.</li>
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<li>Click the '''Submit''' button. </li>
<li>Do one of the following:</li>
 
*To save your changes to the coordinate system, click the '''Submit''' button.  
 
*To discard your changes to the coordinate system, click the '''Cancel''' button.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 16:44, 15 June 2017

  1. In the Customisation menu →Coordinate System Manager.
    UserManual CoordinateSystemManagerWindow.png

  2. Highlight the row of the coordinate system that you would like to edit.
  3. Click the FieldViewIcon.png button.
    Coordinate Reference System Editor Window

  4. Enter the display name you would like to use in the Display Name field.
  5. If you would like to use this coordinate system as your default coordinate system, check the Default checkbox.
  6. Click the Submit button.
Note.jpg Display Name for WGS 1984 and MGRS cannot be changed.