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12-17-2020 07:40 AM
KenLucas1
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I've installed Explorer to my desktop. How do I get it to print screen. I know about the the share mark up/share screenshot button, accessible within the mark up tool. I'm wondering if there's a conventional print control that allows me to set a desired printer.

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AdrianWelsh
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KenLucas1
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I'm embarrassed to say I'd not thought of Control P. Unfortunately, that didn't work after many tries. Your reply makes me think that the share markup / share screenshot are my only print options. If so, that's lame since the old explorer had conventional print controls. 

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AdrianWelsh
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Hmmm, I think you may be right about the reduced printing options in the latest Explorer, unfortunately. Maybe just screenshot it into a Word Doc or something...

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DanPatterson
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arcgis explorer?  ArcGIS Explorer - ArcGIS Explorer Help (esri.com) under printing maps


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KenLucas1
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Dan, I'd read that article, but can't find that button in this new version of explorer. I remember that button being in the arc map explorer, many years ago. Thank you for the link, since I was confused when I read the article. Maybe that button is hidden?  I can't believe ESRI just lets us print screen captures. When I share the screen I just get options like onenote and email.  

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KenLucas1
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I'm aware that all of the layers must have the same coord system. If I want the vector layers to match the esri base map, can I simply change the map display coord syt or add in the vector layers after the raster for a project on the fly?  I've found that ESRI base maps won't package in a mobile map package. Can someone advise me how I might get esri base map imagery to depict in a field situration where I have no Cell signal?  

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