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You could add a new field called Size, and then field calc either Small or Large into the new field. Then symbolize by Unique Values based on the Size field. Then go into Advanced --> Symbol Levels and make sure the Draw this layer using symbol levels specified below is checked, and that the Small label is above the Large label. However you choose to do ...


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Copy/Paste your shapefile to the Data Frame/Table of Contents so you have two copies of the same shapefile: Definition query one of the copies for Yes values, query the other for No values: Then symbolize each by ID field: The result should be something like this: Just a disclaimer, this method is purely for display purposes.


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Since you already have a field carrying the area, just use the Sort tool, and use the area field with the 'DESCENDING' option. Note: The Sort tool requires an advanced license.


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You'll need to check your username.style file to see if you have write access to it, or if it's even there. By default, it's under: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.3\ArcMap\username.style You can also go to Customize -> Style Manager to see if your .style file is referenced properly.


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Yes, it would happen with any data. Quantities is a numeric value and null means no data or no value, thus they won't be rendered (assuming there truly is no data/null for that feature and it's supposed to be that way). With Categories you can show null as a value, but not with a numeric based sybmology. Depending on which Quantities method you're using, ...


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No, it does not aggregate adjacent enumeration areas (polygons) into a single dot. If there's a dot to show, it's shown, and if the symbol size is too large or value count too low then the dots will simply overlap/coalesce (potentially leading to a solid polygon shape of the dot color). For areas that don't meet the minimum value, no dot is shown and the ...


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That's how importing symbology works in ArcGIS. You can import the symbology from one layer to another layer then tweak it as you wish. If your source symbology relies on unique values in multiple fields, those same fields need to exist in the target layer or you can remap then in the import dialog. You can save your own individual symbol in the Style ...



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