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I know this was from a couple months ago, but I just did this. Here is my code, hopefully it will help others figure this out. import arcpy import os for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(u'R:\Projects\ERI\MXDs\DataDriven'): #Walks through folder containing many different Data Driven MXDs for filename in filenames: print filename ...


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I was able to use the Create Declination Diagram tool with the Production Mapping Extension. http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=dd664ce915214390b8cb8babb09a84bd. However, Chris W in the comments above was correct to state that it is now a part of the ddp index and is uniform with each page. I'm not entirely sure what he is explaining in the comment of ...


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One option to look into if the polygons you have fall in a relatively linear fashion, you could consider using the Strip Map Index Features (Cartography) geoprocessing tool: http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//00s900000034000000


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Whenever I have to export many data driven pages, I use a Python script to do all the heavy lifting in the background without having to babysit - and I think it's faster, it feels faster. More or less like the documentation here: import arcpy import re from arcpy import env import os.path env.workspace = "q:\\yourfolder" sCur = ...



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