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Unlike the other commands in the Map menu, you can Undo the grid lines you have created.
 
Unlike the other commands in the Map menu, you can Undo the grid lines you have created.
 
  
 
'''Horizontal/Vertical offset''': One grid line will go through the point defined by the horizontal and vertical offset.
 
'''Horizontal/Vertical offset''': One grid line will go through the point defined by the horizontal and vertical offset.
 
 
'''Horizontal/Vertical distance''': Enter the distances between the grid lines (center to center) here.
 
'''Horizontal/Vertical distance''': Enter the distances between the grid lines (center to center) here.
  
 
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'''Angle''': Enter the angle of the grid lines here. For a positive angle, the grid lines are rotated counterclockwise.
'''Angle'''
 
 
 
Enter the angle of the grid lines here. For a positive angle, the grid lines are rotated counterclockwise.
 
 
 
  
 
'''Create horizontal lines''': Check this option to create the horizontal grid lines.
 
'''Create horizontal lines''': Check this option to create the horizontal grid lines.
 
 
'''Create vertical lines''': Check this option to create the vertical grid lines.
 
'''Create vertical lines''': Check this option to create the vertical grid lines.
  
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[[File:Hint.jpg|hint]] [[Layout#Create_Name_Index|Create Name Index]] is the corresponding function to create a name index based on a rectangular map grid.
  
 
==Create WGS Grid==
 
==Create WGS Grid==

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Optimize and Repair

Choose this command to optimize (reduce) the size of the map file and repair damaged objects. With edit operations such as deleting objects, empty space is created in the map file. This function removes this empty space and reduces the size of the map file.

When OCAD encounters damaged objects it tries to repair them. If this is not possible, they are deleted.

After the optimization the Optimize Result dialog box is displayed.


Spurious objects deleted

Spurious objects are objects which are not visible. These may be text objects with no text and no line, or line objects with only one point, or area objects with only 2 points.


Set Scale and Coordinate System

Read more about this topic: Set Scale and Coordinate System


Change Scale

Choose this command to change the scale of the map. The map is enlarged/reduced according to the new scale. The Change Scale dialog box is displayed, where the new scale can be entered.


Current scale

This line shows the current scale of the map. Choose Scale and Coordinate System from the Map menu to set the current scale.

Hint.jpg Setting the current scale does not enlarge or reduce the map. It only changes a number in the map file.


New scale

Enter here the desired new scale of the map. You may choose one of the predefined scales or enter the scale on the keyboard.


Enlarge/reduce symbols

Check this box to enlarge/reduce the symbols with the same factor as the map. When the box is checked, the map is enlarged/reduced like a photographic enlargement. When this box is not checked, the map is enlarged/reduced, but the symbols are kept in the same dimension.


Create Map Grid

This command is activated if the map contains at least one object and if a line symbol is selected in the symbol box.

Choose this command to create grid lines on the map. (For instance, it can be used to draw Magnetic North lines.) The Grid Lines dialog box is displayed. The selected line symbol is used for the grid lines. The grid lines created are normal line objects and cover the entire map (the area in which you have drawn objects). Use the cut tool to make the lines shorter or to cut a gap out of the lines.

Initially all parameters are set to the current grid settings. Press the grid button to see the current grid.

Unlike the other commands in the Map menu, you can Undo the grid lines you have created.

Horizontal/Vertical offset: One grid line will go through the point defined by the horizontal and vertical offset. Horizontal/Vertical distance: Enter the distances between the grid lines (center to center) here.

Angle: Enter the angle of the grid lines here. For a positive angle, the grid lines are rotated counterclockwise.

Create horizontal lines: Check this option to create the horizontal grid lines. Create vertical lines: Check this option to create the vertical grid lines.

hint Create Name Index is the corresponding function to create a name index based on a rectangular map grid.

Create WGS Grid

Read more about this topic here: Create WGS84 Grid

Hide

Hide the map on the screen.


Transform

Read more about this topic here: Map Transform


Convert Imported Layers to Symbol

Choose this command to convert the layers of an imported DXF or AI file.

In this dialog box you can create a list of references. A reference consists of a layer and the corresponding OCAD symbol. You can save the list to a cross reference (.crt) file for later use. You can load an existing cross reference file to modify or execute it.

Example of crt file

A crt file consists two rows which are separated by a space. The first column contains the symbol number of the OCAD symbol. In the second row is the layer name of the object which shall be assigned to the OCAD symbol.

526.0 01211

527.0 01611


  • Load: Click this button to load an existing cross reference (crt) file.
  • Save: Click this button to save the changes to a cross reference file.
  • Save as: Click this button to save the changes to a different cross reference file.
  • Layer: Select here the layer to be converted.
  • Symbol: Select here the OCAD symbol to which the selected layer should be converted.
  • Move Up: Click this icon to move the selected line one line upwards in the table.
  • Move Down: Click this icon to move the selected line one line downwards in the table.
  • Add: Click this button to add a reference to the list.
  • Delete: Click this button to delete the selected reference.
  • Execute: Click this button to execute the conversion.


Convert Area or Line Objects to Point Objects

ToDo

Convert Text to Point Object

(This function is only available in OCAD 10.2.1 and later)


Choose this command to convert text to point objects.

This function is used after importing a map which uses point symbol in symbol font.

It is possible to save and load the conversion table in crt file.


Convert Text Objects from OEM to Unicode

(This function is only available in OCAD 10.2.1 and later)


Choose this command to convert text objects from OEM to Unicode.

This function is used after importing geodata from non-Unicode compatible programs. OCAD is Unicode compatible.

It is possible to save and load the conversion table in crt file.


Export Objects by Symbol

ToDo

Export Selected Objects

ToDo

Export Part of Map

Choose this command to export a part of the current map to a new map file. The Export Partial Map dialog box is displayed.

After selecting OK the Export file dialog box is displayed where a name for the external map can be entered.


Boundaries

Rectangular boundaries: Choose this option to export a rectangular part of the map. You can modify the boundaries using the mouse.

Click the button Setup Setup.JPG to define the region to be exported. The dialog box Setup Partial Map (Export) appears.

Click the button Entire Map EntireMap.JPG to export the entire map.

Click the button To Current View ToCurrentView.JPG to export the currently on the screen displayed map.

Use selected object for boundaries: Choose this option to export an irregularly shaped part of the map. Before choosing the Partial map command, you must draw the shape with a line or area object.

Export database links: This option is checked by default. If you do not want to export the database links, then uncheck this option. This will speed up the export significantally if the map has a lot of linked objects.

Compare Symbols and Colors

Select this command to compare the symbol set of the open file with a reference OCAD map. After the reference OCAD map is chosen the dialog box Compare will be displayed. The difference will be logged in a text file.

  • Compare colors: Activate this check box if the color table shall be compared also.
  • Compare symbols: Activate this check box if the symbols shall be compared also.
  • Used symbols only: Activate this checkbox if only used symbols shall be compared.
  • List identical symbols: Activate this check box if the identical symbols shall be listed also. If this check box is deactivated only the different symbols will be logged.

Logfile: Click the OK button to compare the symbols. The difference will be logged in a text file 'file name'+'.CompareResult.txt' and displayed on the screen.


Map Information

Choose this command to get information about the current map and about the Windows system. The Map Info dialog box is displayed.

OCAD map

  • Total objects: The number of objects.
  • Symbolized objects: The number of symbolized objects.
  • Unsymbolized objects: The number of unsymbolized objects.
  • Layout objects: The number of layout objects.
  • Image objects: The number of image objects.
  • Graphic objects: The number of graphic objects.
  • Colors: The number of colors.
  • Spot Colors: The number of spot colors.
  • Symbols: The number of symbols.
  • Symbol memory: Memory used by the symbol definitions.
  • File size: The size of the map file on the disk.


Notes: Enter information about the map here. This Feature was called File information until OCAD 9.

Symbols: Shows a tree view of all symbols in the map.

Colors: Shows a tree view of all colors in the color table and in which symbols they are used.

Fonts: Shows a tree view of all used fonts and in which symbols they are used.

Background Maps: Shows a tree view of all background maps loaded in the map.

Database: Shows a tree view of all connected databases in the map.


System information

Operating system: Information about the operating system.

Screen colors: Number of colors of the currently installed screen driver. See your Windows manual on how to install screen drivers.

Screen resolution: Number of dots in horizontal and vertical direction on the screen. The resolution is determined by the currently installed screen driver. See your Windows manual on how to install screen drivers.


Physical memory: Size of the physical memory (RAM).

Disk space: Available disk space on the drive where OCAD is installed.

Borland Database Engine: Shows if BDE is installed or is not installed.

ADO Version

Access Database Engine