If anyone could shed some light, my issue is I have a set of twelve points I would like to combine to make a polygon. They all have three dimensional spatial data and it would be ideal if they could keep their attribution (individual spatial data). If anyone could help me it would be greatly appreciated.

If your points are in a cluster and you want a polygon to represent the cluster area, you can try the Aggregate Points tool (ArcGIS 10; ArcInfo licensing; Cartography toolbox - Generalization toolset).

If your points represent a polygon boundary and you want to connect them to make the polygon, you can try the Points To Line tool with CLOSED option to make a polyline and then use the Feature To Polygon tool to turn the polyline into a polygon.

Either way you will get a polygon from the point set without the point attribution. Depending on what attributes you like to derive from the points to the polygon, you may need Dissolve tool, Summary Statistics tool, or else.