Add the ability to move multiple annotations in Pro without losing the anchor point for annotation leaders.

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02-05-2019 03:34 PM
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In ArcMap you can select multiple geodatabase annotations in the map that have leaders and move them around without losing the leader line anchor location. Currently in Pro you can select multiple annotations however the leader lines anchor points are also moved the same distance the annotation is moved, thus changing the object/location the annotation is pointing out.

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I create annotation for feature classes with hundreds of features and need the ability to select and move many anno features at once.  I have this ability in Desktop, but it appears that in Pro, you are able to only select and move only one feature at a time.  I would like the ability to select and move more than one feature in Pro like you can in Desktop.  If you are actually able to do this in Pro, let me know what I should do (I still don't have a firm grasp of how Pro works yet, lol)

 

😄 In Desktop: select and move more than one anno feature

AnnoEditDesktop.jpg

 

😠 In Pro, can only select and move one anno feature at a timeAnnoEditPro.jpg

Yes, always basic ArcMap function not available in Pro or not intuitive to find.

 

Status changed to: Needs Clarification

Thanks for submitting this idea @KariBuckvold From what you describe, it sounds like it is the ArcMap equivalency issue already submitted as Add the ability to move multiple annotations in Pr... - GeoNet, The Esri Community 

Could you please take a look at that idea and confirm that you're looking for the same?  If so, we'll merge your request with that one.

If not, please provide additional details that describe what you need that is not captured in that other idea.

Thank you!

@KoryKramer , yes, this looks like the same idea, happy to merge!  This didn't come up in my search, I should have used 'anchor points' as a key term.  Thanks for checking!

Thanks for the confirmation @KariBuckvold I'll merge it now.