I use MapInfo-Discover and have calculated Catchment areas for analysis. MI won’t print overlapping polygons in one table in any set order; dividing the data into 100’s of tables isn’t a solution.

Can QGIS do this?


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QGIS allows you to sort attribute tables based on any attribute. So if the polygons have a field that numbers them in the order you want the table displayed, you can sort the table by that field.

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