Hello, I am working with a bunch of data in the WGS 1984 projection in the Australia/Oceania area. I'd like to extent the right boundary of my map display over the 180 degree line to 195 deg or so so that I'm not chopping off Fiji, New Zealand, Samoa, etc. I have tried to edit the coordinate system for the map and give it a prime meridian of +15 deg, but it doesn't seem to do anything for me when viewed in either the data or layout view. Additionally, I've tried changing the extent of the data frame over 180 deg on the right boundary, but no luck there. What am I missing here? Thanks!
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Hello, This is probably a simple question, but is there a tool or file I can edit to change the boundaries of a TIF file in ArcMap 10.1? Currently, I have an unprojected TIF file that I need to set into WGS_1984 and has boundaries of something stupid like Top: 0.0000004 Left: -0.0000004 etc. etc. I need to set those to 180 -90 etc. for it to display correctly with other files that we have. I know about changing the *.tfw extension, and then telling ArcMap to use the World file in the options. That won't work for me, as I don't want to have to do that one everyone else's machine. I also don't want to re-export them all, so if there's some kind of script I could write to change something in the XML file, that would be great. Unfortunately, though I found those numbers in the *.TIF.xml document and changed all iterations of them, it made no difference even after closing and re-opening ArcGIS and ArcCatalog. They still displayed with the same limits in ArcGIS. Thank you for any help!
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