Does a PDF contains geographical coordinate if the Adobe Reader Geospatial Location Tool doesn't write anything?
Does a PDF contain geographical coordinate if the Adobe Reader Geospatial Location Tool doesn't write anything? I mean that I am moving the mouse over the pdf and no latitude and longitude values ...
I have a few pdf files. There are vector graphics in the maps. How can I use them to be visible and editable in ArcGIS? I want to see the attribute tables content, etc.
I am used to working with ArcMap but have been playing around with QGIS. When I export a PDF map with ArcMap, the PDF is spatially referenced. This is a handy tool, I can put the PDF map on my iPhone ...
I was wondering if there was anyway to georeference a pdf directly without first converting it to an image. I have access to ArcGIS 10.1 but haven't been able to find any information that would ...
I am exploring possibilities to generate vector GeoPDF from data which is accessible from ArcGIS Server services. I have ArcGIS Server MapService with complex styles. They are very simplified in ...
I've searched a lot and tried many ways to export a web map to PDF. I need to export a web map and all active layers. Can anyone help me?