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ddalzell
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01/17/12 06:56 AM
Re: Please help, should be simple enough! [re: radlord]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

There are multiple ways to do things in GIS. This is the method I would use. I'm sure there is probably a faster and more efficient way to do this, but this is what I'd do. Either in the Information button drop down or in the attribute table itself, reset the link to the current location.  It might be easier if you do some maintenance on the files before hand. Such as move all the files for "building A" into a folder in a shared server. Then simply link the folder to that asset so when you scroll over it, all of the information pops up. I know that's how I'd do it. I've become very comfortable with this so It'd be a half days work for me, but for someone unfamiliar, it may take longer.  Anyways, for what its worth, I am also the only GIS person in my office and I just graduated from college last may. I find Google to be my best friend. There is no question you have that hasn't already been asked somewhere.  Good luck!






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*Please help, should be simple enough! radlord   01/14/12 06:11 PM
.*Re: Please help, should be simple enough! tsohier   01/20/12 09:16 AM
.*Re: Please help, should be simple enough! ddalzell   01/17/12 06:56 AM
.*Re: Please help, should be simple enough! radlord   01/18/12 03:00 AM
.*Re: Please help, should be simple enough! ddalzell   01/18/12 08:36 AM
.*Re: Please help, should be simple enough! hazzman   01/16/12 12:58 PM
.*Re: Please help, should be simple enough! radlord   01/16/12 01:08 PM
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