I was handed a ton of property files with no projections attached but was told they are all in UTM zone 21S. Well once I merged them all together and projected them I realized that the data covers 3 UTM zones 20S, 21S, and 22S. So basically each property file could be one of 3 UTM zones. Is there a way to figure out what UTM zone each property file belongs too without checking each one at a time? I can python code if need be.
I'm using ArcMap 10.2
I tried that. Here is a more detailed explanation of my situation. These files were original downloaded by UTM zone. So all properties in UTM z 20S were downloaded together with a projection of UTM z 20S, all properties in UTM z 21S were downloaded together with a projection of UTM z 21S ect. The shape files I received didn't come with the .prj files and I have no way to obtain them. So when I project them all with the same coordinate system say UTM z 21S, they overlap, all of the property files from UTM z 20S and 22S are overlapping the correctly referenced properties of z 21S. The misplaced properties are located in the correct area within the UTM zone, just the wrong zone. Does that make sense?