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  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    It's not petty, it's just making the process fair and evidence-based! ------------------------------ Timothy Mashford Melbourne, Australia ------------------------------

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    Thank you - I said I would go out an get a measuring wheel! I used to love those at school. I know its petty but that probably is my best bet! ------------------------------ Hannah Merridale Knowledge Community Shared Account ----------------------- ...

  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    Measurements in MapInfo will be approximate only, for example any hills/slopes will add walking distance which MapInfo won't take into account using the standard measurement tool. You could purchase a Measuring Wheel ($20-$30 on ebay) and walk the route, ...

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  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    It's not petty, it's just making the process fair and evidence-based! ------------------------------ Timothy Mashford Melbourne, Australia ------------------------------

  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    Thank you - I said I would go out an get a measuring wheel! I used to love those at school. I know its petty but that probably is my best bet! ------------------------------ Hannah Merridale Knowledge Community Shared Account ----------------------- ...

  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    Measurements in MapInfo will be approximate only, for example any hills/slopes will add walking distance which MapInfo won't take into account using the standard measurement tool. You could purchase a Measuring Wheel ($20-$30 on ebay) and walk the route, ...

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    November Community Update

    Greetings everyone, Time for your monthly update on the Knowledge Communities! First up, you may have noticed the beautiful update to our Home page . We're working hard to make the site engaging, intuitive, and accessible to everyone. In that same ...

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    We were delighted to have over 240 people attend our webinar on MapInfo Pro v2019 yesterday.  The recording of the webinar is available here . Most of the webinar was a live demonstration of MapInfo Pro v2019 which is currently scheduled to be released ...

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    Hi all, I've just posted an idea suggestion on the PB ideas website and I'd be grateful if you could vote for it: https://ideas.pitneybowes.com/ideas/CONFIRM-I-1787 Here it is: I manage tree inspections for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead ...

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