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I want to change one Personal Geo-database projection to another. Kindly give me instructions to re-project vector data.

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Please edit your question and try to be more specific. For example, do you want to reproject every layer in the geodatabase? Are the layers in feature datasets, or are they standalone layers? What software are you using, and have you looked at the help files about projections for that software? The more detail you can provide, the better an answer you are likely to receive. –  Get Spatial Jun 30 '12 at 9:40
    
I have using ArcMap10 , I want to change every feature class including Feature data set one projection to another projection. When i was change projection domain will be loss. May i know how to change with domain. –  RajGovind Jun 30 '12 at 9:45
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Here are two options that may help you:

note make sure Define Projection (Data Management) was not used to "change projection" from the source projection

Create a new feature dataset within a personal GDB and import your vector data

  1. Right click on a folder in Catalog and select new > personal geodatabase
  2. Right click on the newly created personal geodatabase select new > feature dataset
  3. From the window, name your PGDB and import or select the coordinate system you need.
  4. Right click on your newly created feature dataset and select import > Feature Class (multiple)

Once your feature classes are imported into your new feature dataset, they will automatically have the projection system you defined earlier.

To project feature classes with an existing projection system to a different projection system:

  1. From ArcToolbox, select Data Management > Projections and Transformations > Feature > Batch Project
  2. In the interactive window, import or choose your projection system
  3. Define output

If you have tried these already, I may have a few more ideas for you.

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Yes thank you sir –  RajGovind Jul 2 '12 at 7:21
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