So when I am working on a project of a ski area, I was setting up an annotation in a File Geodatabase. Now with everything I had set up and things change and I had to go back to this annotation geodatabase and I need to fix them.
It is funny thing that It would not let me move and even I cannot select it.
I tried to do that in ArcGIS Pro but it would not allow any editable.
Can anyone out there help me ?
I am using ArcGIS 10.3.1 .
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Yes I did that before I post this question. I do not know why this way works but I think the old geodatabase I had may have different reference scale settings ?
P.S. I revised to give you more detail...
So the annotation I have I set the Reference scale as 1:7,500. The symbol Collection I have has two. The Scale Range I set is Show annotation at all scales. I enabled the Editing Behavior.
In the Layout I am working on is set to 1:8,500. If I zoom in or out ,it does not show but when I am above 1:24,000 it shows up..
Is there anything you want to know or might point the problem ?
Perhaps. When you create geodatabase annotation, it does use a reference call in the interface. It shouldn't prevent editing though. So with the copy/paste technique, does it now work? If so, then you could delete the original feature class and copy/paste the new one into the original geodatabase.