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import arcpy, os import arcpy.mapping PATH = r"D:\test" ## Path with the mxds arcpy.env.workspace = PATH arcpy.env.overwriteOutput=True listMXD = arcpy.ListFiles("*.mxd") for item in listMXD: mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument(os.path.join(PATH, item)) outjpg = item[:-4] + ".jpj" arcpy.mapping.ExportToJPEG(mxd, outjpg, resolution=300 ) del mxd


This should help get you started with editing: ArcGIS 10: Editing & Creating Your Own Shapefiles You can also measure areas and distances without creating polygons using the measurement tool in ArcMap You can't edit a scanned map directly, you need to create a polygon shapefile that will hold the polygons you draw on top of your scanned map. The first ...


Try Orux maps. It allows downloading tiles for offline viewing and you can also use your own georeferenced images. It also has some other nice functionalities that might be useful to you. And it's free!


As an alternative to Custom Maps mentioned below, I would suggest GeoViewer. It can do what you need. It can load MrSID and JPEG2000 formats from local storage and arrange them automatically. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lizardtech.activity

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