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Occasionally, the symbols displayed in the Map Pane may overlap with one another. When this happens, it becomes difficult to select and identify the items associated with the symbols. The [[Image:InfoPageIcon.png]] button that is displayed in the items pane allows you to list the items associated with the symbols that are selected in the Map Pane.  
 
Occasionally, the symbols displayed in the Map Pane may overlap with one another. When this happens, it becomes difficult to select and identify the items associated with the symbols. The [[Image:InfoPageIcon.png]] button that is displayed in the items pane allows you to list the items associated with the symbols that are selected in the Map Pane.  
  
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Revision as of 19:30, 10 December 2020

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Occasionally, the symbols displayed in the Map Pane may overlap with one another. When this happens, it becomes difficult to select and identify the items associated with the symbols. The InfoPageIcon.png button that is displayed in the items pane allows you to list the items associated with the symbols that are selected in the Map Pane.

  1. To identify symbols selected in the Map Pane use either:
    • the feature selection MouseIcon.png or
    • the lasso CatPaneIcon.png map control to select symbols in the Map Pane.
  2. To identify items selected from the Items Pane:
    • select the rows associated with the items.
  3. Click the InfoPageIcon.png button. The Identify Selection window lists the items associated with the selected symbols or items.

From the Identify Selection window, you can display the Summary window for items in which you are interested by checking the checkbox beside the item and clicking the ViewIcon.png button.

Identify Selection Window Example

Identify Selection Window Example