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No, you are not doing something wrong. Actually, a few minutes print time for a highly detailed vector basemap with maybe a few dozen vector layers, is not bad at all! The amount of processing needed to convert this to something printable, is quite considerable. The particular behaviour you are seeing, with repeated cycles of the same layer names appearing ...


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As commented by @FelixIP: Calculate minimum bounding geometry of modified rectangles. There is an option to calculate bearing The Minimum Bounding Geometry tool which: Creates a feature class containing polygons which represent a specified minimum bounding geometry enclosing each input feature or each group of input features. has a ...


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Add geometry attributes to you points Buffer them (any size), dissolve type = None Define w(idth) and h(eight) of your polygon (640 and 480 below) Run this field calculator expression on buffer's field Shape (advanced, Python) --------------------------------- def getRectangle(xC,yC,w,h): halfW=w/2;halfH=h/2 LL=arcpy.Point(xC-halfW,yC-halfH) ...


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I figured out a great work around... Within the data driven pages attribute table: I select the pages in which the legend placement works and export only those pages. Then I move the legend to work for the other pages, switch my selection within the attribute table and export the new selection. In a perfect world I could individualize the layouts within ...


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No, there isn't a way to do that unless you write your own code. Are you handy with arcpy? Barring that, what you could do is use a side panel for the legend, and decrease the size of your data frame slightly. Then you won't have anything sitting on top of your data. Also, do you have "Only show classes that are visible in current map extent" checked on ...



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