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Yes, there is. If you did not save your traverse to a text file when finished, you can: be in an Edit Session, have the Traverse dialog open and blank select the shape you want the calls for and enter edit vertice mode (ie, double click the shape) in the Traverse tool, right-click the description window and choose Load Traverse from Sketch You can then ...


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There are a couple of ways to go about it I think. COGO is one way. It stands for "coordinate geometry" and is essentially a suite of tools designed specifically around digitizing parcels such as you're describing. Wha'ts nice is you can have a whole table put together of bearings and distances, which minimizes the possibility of error. Unfortunately, the ...


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As suggested by @Erica, COGO tools are what I would ideally use for this type of work. However, being limited to a Basic License, COGO tools in ArcMap are not available to me. I found this blog explaining a workaround for such a situation. It explains how to adjust your editing tools so that you can do what I mentioned above: "type in those numbers and ...



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