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Here we illustrate how easy it is to create a Map Sheet using a template similar to those provided by GeoMedia for use with the Layout Window or Batch Plotter, or that you have created yourself.

2:55

This demonstration shows how to supply data from your GeoWorkspace to create a data bound report or map sheet series, with one map for each row of data in your data source.

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In this tutorial we demonstrate how to use a Named Legend to supply map content for your maps.

3:09

There are many ways to set the scale and extent of your Map Box content in Report Designer. This video introduces the basic concepts.

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This is the first of six tutorials that demonstrate how to set the map scale and extent of a Map Box in Report Designer. In this video we illustrate the simple case of setting a constant scale.

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The Constant Extent option provides the capability to specify a range or extent for your maps that remains constant throughout. Here's how to utilize this option.

4:18

This Map Box Scale and Extent option employs a fit-to-frame strategy, as illustrated in this tutorial.

3:39

Here's how to direct Report Designer to automatically fit all your features onto the same map.

2:32

In this tutorial we demonstrate how to set the Map Box extent to the combined extent of all features in your report data. This is a good option for easily creating an overview map.

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With this option, you set the scale and extent, and both remain constant for each map rendered. This tutorial demonstrates how to set those properties.

7:56

Demonstrates how Report Designer for GeoMedia can be used to add pictures and/or other Report Designer elements to images generated by the GeoMedia Layout Window or the Batch Plotter.

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Silent video that shows how applying a GeoMedia map window spatial filter can be used to filter results for a Report Designer report.

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