How to change symbol style with graduated colors

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02-26-2020 07:59 AM
BenjamenWetherill
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This is a really simple question.  I am using graduated colors to define the color of points in a map.  How do I change the symbol style for the points?  In other words, how do I make the points larger?  If I have 10 color classes, the only method I can figure out so far is to manually change the size for each class.  I am using ArcGIS Desktop 10.5.

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RickeyFight
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Benjamen Wetherill

Yes I had that issue too. You can select them by clicking on the top one and holding shift and clicking on the bottom one.

Then chose the Properties for Selected Symbols

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RickeyFight
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Benjamen Wetherill

You can right click and choose properties for all symbols. 

You might have to reapply the color ramp but it will change all symbols 

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BenjamenWetherill
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Thank you for the reply.  When I do that nothing happens.  I click Properties for all symbols and nothing happens.  Here is my screenshot.  In your screenshot, all of the classes are selected.  How did you do that?

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RickeyFight
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Benjamen Wetherill

Yes I had that issue too. You can select them by clicking on the top one and holding shift and clicking on the bottom one.

Then chose the Properties for Selected Symbols

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BenjamenWetherill
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Thank you.  That works.  Properties for all symbols doesn't seem to do anything, but Properties for selected symbols with all selected works perfectly.

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