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Frame the Spatial Data. Frame the area of interest Should fill the area allotted Colorize the background as blue Right click on "Data Frame" -> Properties -> Frame -> Background. Legend Clean Up. Right click on the Layer -> Properties -> Symbology Click on “ Cluture ” and press “Delete”

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frame the spatial data
Frame the Spatial Data
  • Frame the area of interest
    • Should fill the area allotted
  • Colorize the background as blue
    • Right click on "Data Frame" -> Properties -> Frame -> Background
legend clean up
Legend Clean Up
  • Right click on the Layer -> Properties -> Symbology
    • Click on “Cluture” and press “Delete”
    • Click on “all other values” to disable it
    • Click on the “Labels” to rename them
  • Click on the layer to rename it
    • Greek_Archaeology -> “Archaeological Sites”
halos around labels
Halos Around Labels
  • Add Halos if needed:
    • Right click on the layer -> Properties -> Labels -> Symbol -> Properties -> Mask
    • Click on “Halo”
use appropriate scale
Use Appropriate Scale
  • Right click on the scale bar
    • Properties -> Scale and Units
    • Set the “Scale and Units”
      • Rarely use “Decimal Degrees”
        • Rare to publish a map in Geographic (more on this later)
      • Use metric when in doubt
      • Use English for traditional agency users
        • Better yet, use both!
      • Use the appropriate granularity
        • Miles or kilometers for large extents
        • Feet or meters for small extents