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Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS: A Workbook Approach to Learning GIS, 3rd Edition by Michael D. Kennedy

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Working with Line Editing Again
____ 35. Add back Edit_Play_Lines. Zoom to that layer. Start editing. The lines feature class may not show up in the Create Features template selection list. To add it back, enter the Organize Feature Template window by pressing the Organize Templates button on the Create Features window toolbar. Within the Organize Feature Template window, press the New Template button to enter the Create New Templates Wizard. Make sure Edit_Play_Lines is selected with a check beside its name and click Finish. You should see that Edit_Play_Lines is now a selectable template within the Create Features window. Close the Organize Feature Template window.
____ 36. Select Edit_Play_Lines as the editable template. After selecting elements on the map with the Edit tool, experiment with Move, Split, Buffer, and Copy Parallel (found on the Editor menu). Stop editing without saving edits.
____ 37. Close ArcMap without saving changes.
In the previous exercises, you learned how to digitize lines and polygons directly into a personal geodatabase feature class, and also learned two different ways to cope with the topological problems that result.
In the next exercise you use some of these methods to add a sixth island to the UTM_Zone_2 feature class North_Island_Polygons.
Exercise 5-7 (Follow-on)
Adding the Sixth Island
It turns out that the map you were working with (Figure 5-10 in Exercise 5-4) was very old. A volcano has erupted since, making a new island. A ...

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