Spreadsheets and graphs are powerful tools that make data come alive and tell a story. Now, use maps to see the story from another perspective. ArcGIS Maps for Office enables Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint users worldwide to ask location-related questions of data, get powerful insights, and make the best decisions. This is a space to talk about how to bring GIS to the rest of the enterprise.
Hello, I might be missing something here, but I am not noticing a way for an end user to identify which geographic feature (using a ArcGIS Feature Service as a layer) is tied to a referenced SharePoint document other than mouse down on the feature (identify) or geocode. It would be nice if when you hover over or mouse down on a document…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, Is there a way to control the zoom padding for the SharePoint search? This would improve the usability and UX of the web part. I am not sure if there is a way to improve this via a setting at the Feature Service level. Thanks. Cheers, Blair
Hello, I am not seeing an ArcGIS SharePoint product category, so I will ask my question as part of the Office Support. Is it possible to control which fields/columns are displayed via the GeoDoc search? I would like to be able to control which fields are returned from the search. This would be a very nice feature to improve the UX. …(Show moreShow less)
Hey Friends….have you checked out the latest learn lesson for ArcGIS Maps for Office! Get Started with ArcGIS Maps for Office in this 60-minute lesson where you will create a map, enrich and analyze data and share you results to your ArcGIS Online Organizational account. Click on the course link and select one of two options outlined below to…(Show moreShow less)
Hey Friends….have you checked out the latest learn lesson for ArcGIS Maps for Office! Get Started with ArcGIS Maps for Office in this 60-minute lesson where you will create a map, enrich and analyze data and share you results to your ArcGIS Online Organizational account. Click on the course link and select one of two options outlined below toPreviewHide preview
I keep getting the same error message appear: "One or more layers failed to draw: [File Name].csv Events: An invalid SQL statement was used." I have noticed that this happens when I zoom in and not all coordinates are visible on the map. For context I am using basemaps with XY coordinates inputted. These have been saved in a CSV file with 8…(Show moreShow less)
I was using the ESRI for Office plugins in Excel the other day, and needed to use one of my AGOL layers for our locations. No problem loading it, but I couldn't figure out how to set up filters? All of our basic locations layers require filters to display as we keep status information like "closed", "WIP", "open", etc in there. Can it be that…(Show moreShow less)
How can you import multiple address from an excel sheet and add a separator? I have a list of businesses and a list of our Company Branches; I would like to put a different icon for the businesses and our Locations. I wonder if there is somewhere to do it by Type of Company/Address? Ideas?
Good Afternoon Andy, Thank you for your inquiry! From your post, I can identify 3 potential workflows. Can you help clarify for me the following (my questions are in bold): How can you import multiple addresses from an excel sheet and add a separator? Do you have the addresses in excel currently? or do you need to import address into excel?…