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When you copy a feature, not only do you copy its visible attributes (ie. from the Attribute Table) but you also copy its invisible attributes (ie. wkt_geom which is the coordinates of the features' dimensions). So when you move your features to another geographic location, the coordinates for each dimension will also change. Therefore, I do not think it's ...


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It is possible that you have a definition query on that feature class or shapefile in ArcMap. Right click the layer in ArcMap, and go to Properties. Then select the Definition Query tab. Make sure that this field is empty if you want no restrictions on what data you see. All of the data that you entered might be there, just not visible in arc. Good Luck!


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Since there were no answers providing you with shortcuts, I'd like to answer with another workaround based on the Field Calculator. Start editing string values in the attribute table and insert a special character (I chose _ for the example) that will serve as a delimiter character to wrap to a new line: Once you have edited the values, open the Field ...



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