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Video – How to Geolocate in ArcMap 10

This video will demonstrate how to geolocate an Excel table of data with addresses and longitude and latitude coordinates in ArcMap 10. In this example, we will geolocate an Excel table of businesses in Peel so that they appear as points in ArcMap, based on the longitude and latitudes. We will also demonstrate how to export these points into a new shapefile, and project it to match with a data layer of your area of interest.

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