In ArcGIS 10.3 I'm able to create a polygon grid with "grid index feature" but the problem is that I would like create a very big polygon grid (the size like an entire continent) and with the cell size equal to a square with the side of about 250 metres. It's obvious that a normal computer is unable to manage this layer due to the big cell amount, we talk about billion cells!
My idea is to create "N" small polygon grid (always with a cell size about 250 metres) to cover my area and I don't want join attribute or other kind of operation. The problem is that when I create the first polygon grid, the second one needs to start (or to end) by overlap the last cell-line or cell-row of the precede polygon grid and so on.
I don't want an automatic process, I can manually create each polygon grid in ArcGIS but which are the steps to create this N polygon grid with this "special case"?
An image explain what I want, in this image there is only the North overlap but I need to consider also the case when the overlap in South or East or West):