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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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simply if there is direct know relation then make a new column in the shape file and fill it like this \fileserver\filefolder\file 1.pdf then 1) in the properties go to action 2) create a new action of type Generic , name it open and add cmd /c [% "url" %] as action. done. Now to see pdf just select the Action icon, move the mouse over the point ...


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To do this is a function of your PDF reader after exporting your map as PDF. Below I am using Adobe Acrobat Reader: right-click in the grey area near the existing tools choose the Marquee Zoom tool to add that to the tools available to you Click on the Marquee Zoom to drag out a rectangle and zoom in. It works just like a Page Zoom In from ArcMap. ...


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I think it is a duplicate of How to georeference a dxf?,How to georeference a vector layer with control points? 1) Using the limits of the Carta Administrativa Oficial de Portugal (shapefile, the projection is EPSG:3763 (ETRS89 / Portugal TM06)) you can georeference the original pdf file 2) To georeference a shapefile (it is better to transform your dxf ...


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You can use affine transformation plugin if you know the offset of the vectors, DXF have to be converted to QGIS editable format (e.g. shapefile) You can use LibreCAD to translate the DXF file You can use SurveyingCalculation plugin to calculate transformation parameters from coordinates given in source and target CRS


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@PolyGeo figured out how to write to multi page pdfs and merge them in clear succinct code c.drawstring('columns headers') c.drawstring('columns headers')etc.. nlist = [] loc = 545 z=0 for info in pointtable: #page 1 recid = info.ID #example rows ...



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