Labeling on ArcGIS Pro

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08-29-2021 02:14 AM
PamelaGill
New Contributor II

I would like to create 2 labels that go together but are formatting differently. One would be a number placed within a circle and the other would be text sitting beside this.  The way I have currently created the numeric label is to sit it on top of a point that sits adjacent to the polygon on the map.  This is not ideal but I couldn't think how else to do this.  Appreciate any ideas you may have.

 

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David_Brooks
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You may have already thought about this, and there may be a more elegant approach, but you could just duplicate your layer, set the symbology to clear/nothing and label that with the 2nd style?


David
..Maps with no limits..

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PamelaGill
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Yes, I did think of this after asking the question!  Thanks for the response though.  

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David_Brooks
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You may have already thought about this, and there may be a more elegant approach, but you could just duplicate your layer, set the symbology to clear/nothing and label that with the 2nd style?


David
..Maps with no limits..
PamelaGill
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Yes, I did think of this after asking the question!  Thanks for the response though.  

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DanPatterson
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Would a composite callout be appropriate for your labels?

Label using a composite callout—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation


... sort of retired...
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PamelaGill
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Thanks for this.  Interesting but not quite how I wanted it to look.

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