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Why not try to add the attribute table from .dbf file, open it in Excel, create your table design, and in the end, add it in ArcGIS as an object?


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For best logo results, make sure you start with a PNG that has high pixel values, like 3500x3500 (if it's a square). Next, make sure you shrink that down to at most a couple inches. For export settings, set DPI to 600, and Image Compression to "LZW". Then export to PDF.


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Another nice work around I regularly use to insert my company's logo with a transparent background is to add an additional dataframe in layout view. Then bring the transparent background tif or png in as a layer, zoom to layer, go to the symbology tab in layer properties change Stretch to none and Display background value (R,G,B, / 0,0,0) as hollow. Ensure ...


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I prefer to use utf-8 throughout the script, encoding any strings where neccessary. oldname = elm.name.encode('utf-8') ... elm.name=oldname.replace(r"รค".encode('utf-8'),"ae".encode('utf-8')) It is also useful to declare the encoding at the top of each script. # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- See Alex's link to the Python Unicode page for more information.



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