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You commented that you may be investigating ReportLab to write your reports, presumably with Python. I have done it that way in the past. When next I try to do this from Python I may try these ArcPy techniques: ExportReport function (ArcMap): The ExportReport function provides a mechanism to automate the generation of reports using layers or tables ...


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I've not used it but the interface IBasicOverposterLayerProperties4 has a property called RotationField, this may be what you are after?


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Turns out it is quite an easy task in ArcObject. Type cast the feature to network feature and you are done. Below is the code for reference. # get current ArcMap application pointer pApp = NewObj(esriFramework.AppRef, esriFramework.IApplication) # get selected features from ArcMap pFeatSel = CType(pApp.Document, esriArcMapUI.IMxDocument).FocusMap....


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Nothing specific is jumping out to me, so I'm going to list a few solutions I find can help when encountering odd ArcObjects errors: Are you running your code in a Single Threaded Apartment (STA) thread? If not try creating a new Thread and settings the apartment state to STA and executing your code on that thread. Set 'Embed Interop Types' for all Esri ...


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