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As an alternative to using ArcMap, you may want to look at ArcGIS Pro. As you can see in the graphic below I have two attribute panes floating separately (ready to be moved to another screen, if I wish), and two others docked with tabs at the bottom. Technically there still seems to be no option to minimize these panes, or to auto-hide (unpin) them ...


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Click "Table" in the top left on the Attribute Table screen that pops up when you right click an attribute on the table of contents on the map screen. Tabs for multiple tables show up on your map screen. Close the attribute table window to see your map which will have tables on the far left. Only other possibility is that I clicked the attribute name i.e. ...


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You have really two options. Create a file with needed scales and share the file with your end users. They, with your guidance, will update the scales in the map document they are working. This is something they will need to do for every map document they will create. Create a new empty map document. Add any layer and then remove it. Now the Map Scale list ...


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I've just retested this using a later version of ArcGIS Pro and, while I think the software behaviour is the same, I have been experimenting with the project's Options to set the Transition Time on the Navigation tab to values of 0.0, 2.0 and 5.0 seconds. The longer transition times exacerbate the "blurry effect" described in the question, and by setting it ...



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