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As Midavalo said, you should see Conversion tools in your Toolbox. In there, open the To KML Toolset. You want Layer to KML. Follow the instructions. If you're not seeing any of the toolboxes, I think there may be something wrong with your installation and I recommend re-installing ArcGIS.


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As you've noticed Google Earth doesn't tessellate polygons. This means that you will need to tessellate your polygon on your own. You could use something like Triangle to do this: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~quake/triangle.html Here is a list of libraries which will allow you to do this. Some of them might or might not have a program to do this: ...


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From the Google Developers help for Keyhole Markup Language it is clear that Google Earth will only use one KML file from a KMZ no matter how many you put into the folder you zip up to create it: Include only one .kml file. (When Google Earth opens a KMZ file, it scans the file, looking for the first .kml file in this list. It ignores all subsequent ...


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In case anyone else has this question, I found a way at least to export an area (up to 800m x 800m per file) of buildings at once from Google Earth (well, from OSM, which is the source of most of the buildings in GE). I don't know if it takes terrain variations into account (at that resolution, inside a city there probably isn't so much variation anyways): ...



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