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Click on the Zoom In tool on the toolbar and then drag a rectangle of area where you want to zoom.
Clicking on the Zoom Out Button allows you to draw a box on the map and the map will zoom out by the ratio of the extent of the box to the extent of the map.
Click on the Pan tool on the toolbar and then click on the map to move in the direction you want to go. You move the mouse in the opposite way from the direction that you want to go, so if you want to move the map east you click on the right part of the map and drag you mouse left, moving the map right.
Clicking on the Zoom Full Button zooms the map out extent of the county.
Clicking on the Clear Button, clears all the map graphics on the map and removes any search results that you may have had in the Report or Results window.
Clicking on the Print Button brings up the print dialog. (See printing topic for more details)
Note: All the coordinates are NOT survey quality and therefore only approximations.
Draw Tool allows users to add lines, polygons, points and text to the map
If no features are selected in the map, the print dialog will only show you the print layouts available that do not include a data report
When you click either the 8x11 Map or the 11x17 Map buttons, a pdf will be generated of your map area.
General Tips on Printing:
If you have a selected feature in the map and that feature type that has a report, in this case Parcels, then the print dialog will display both the standard print layout without a report and the print layouts with a report.
The Webviewer's primary focus is looking up parcel information, so the initial search panel has some common searches for looking up a parcels
The Webviewer's primary focus is looking up parcel information, so the Advanced search panel is targeted to look for parcels using some of the other more common fields in our GIS System.
When you identify a parcel, if you click the "Tools" button at the buttom of the Detail panel, the application displays a list of tools that are available for this parcel. One of the tools is named "Select by Location". This tool allows users to buffer a parcel by a distance and query features based on a query.
Search for an Address or Street
Search by Address
Find a Street Name
Once you execute a search, the search results will display in the Results Panel.
Tool menu for search results
The details panel display a single record in the database with all the fields
Also for Parcels there are a few additional tools at the bottom of the Details Dialog
You can change the basemap by clicking on the basemap buttons on the top right corner of the map.
These layers are always the bottom layer in the map
Additional years of Orthophotography can be accessed by using the dropdown button on the right side of the tool.
You can turn on and off any other layer in the map by using the table of contents panel.
For some layers, we allow you to adjust the transparency of the layer. Just use the slider bar to make the layer more or less transparent.
A legend will display below the item in the table of contents
To see the legend without all the other control items, choose the legend panel in the Layers Tab
In the desktop version of the Map Viewer, the information is normally displayed in the side panel. You can change the size of the side panel by moving your mouse to the area between the map and side panel. Once you see the splitter icon you can move the divider right or left to increase or decrease the size of the panel.
Use the Toggle Panel button on the side of the map to hide or show the side panel.
Note: If you identify a feature on the map, it will reopen a closed side panel to enable you to see the information.
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