My polygons have the extend off a 1:100k grid
I want to remove them and make this 1 polygon. I think i have seen a tool to do this but I cannot findit anymore.
anyone know what tool this is?
You didn't mention your version, but take a look at
ArcGIS Help (10.2, 10.2.1, and 10.2.2) which is "Removing slivers or gaps between polygons"
There are some suggestions there.
You could make those blue polygons have a polygon edge colour of "no colour". Then the sheet boundary line will disappear. Otherwise you are going to have to do a dissolve on the data. That will depend on what sort of attribute info you have.
Or you could simply get into edit mode an union the pieces on either side of the dividing line, if you really don't care about the UTM zone data but simply using it to symbolize for water...do this on a copy of the file just to make sure.
Thank you Neil and Dan,
But i think there is a tool just for this. I know how to clean them but was looking for that tool and see howit works. The problem is that same off those line are in fact two separate polygons with are 2-3 meters apart.
perhaps i am wrong but I really think that i did see a tool for this.
probably is...but on a copy...buffer with dissolve overlaps sure beats looking for one if this is a one-off
Im guessing its the 'align to shape tool' on the advanced editing toolbar.
Align Edge is what we use. But that does require the use of topology. We happen to use ArcSDE topology for most of our work, but map topology should also work. So, it may require an ArcInfo (advanced) or Standard (Editor) license.
Thank you all for your answers. arcgis gives me lots off option looking what is best for me now
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