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Like PolyGeo said, Open layer properties Click the 'Fields' Tab Make sure only the fields you want in your KMZ are checked Give those fields an alias When you run the layer to KML tool it will only export the headings you want. An example can be seen HERE
This should do it and is a little simpler than the examples in the online help for UpdateCursor which is nevertheless worth a read. I've assumed your shapefile is in a folder called C:\temp and that structuretype is an integer field. If it is a text field just use "3" and "4" instead of 3 and 4. import arcpy features = ...
If I were you I would use the "cut polygon tool" to cut out that field within a field. After that, you could either delete it or keep it. Since you are using ArcMap, I think this link is really helpful to your question. Hope this works. Thanks, Jinnan
There is an Esri Technical Article on this (don't be put off by it only going up to ArcGIS 9.3.1 because it still applies at 10.1). Try the instructions there and, if you have any problems, perhaps edit your question to describe the steps you have done and where you may need further assistance. A quick description is: Start Editing Create two polygons - ...
It should snap provided the Snapping environment has been set up correctly via the Snapping toolbar. Things to double check are: Is Use Snapping checked on? Is Vertex Snapping depressed (i.e. on)? Are the polyline features you want to snap to the vertices of visible? Is your Snap Tolerance something sensible like 10 pixels? I notice that you have ...
Have you considered the ArcScan extension? I've used a tool on the toolbar to remove individual pixels. Can't remember the name of the tool but have a look at the help file.
Depending on the situation you have a few options: 1) The Region Group tool will allow you to isolate individual pixels, which can then be filtered based on count. 2) The Con tool can be used to remove (set null) or change the value of pixels if you can identify them by their values. 3) A variety of filters can be used to remove isolated pixels (e.g. ...
shapefile repair tool just worked for a friend. I think it works
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