Setting the feature zoom

The feature zooming options allow you to configure the working scale for your data and a zooming factor when records are selected in the Reviewer table. The working scale defines the scale that is used when you zoom to geometry or features in the map. The fixed zoom factor determines how much the map is zoomed out so the geometry or feature is visible. Both of these properties work with the Reviewer table records and the Browse Features dialog box.

  1. Start ArcMap.
  2. On the main menu, click Customize > Toolbars > Data Reviewer.
  3. Start a Reviewer session.
  4. Click the Reviewer Table button Reviewer Table on the Data Reviewer toolbar.
  5. Click the Reviewer Table Property Page button Reviewer Table Properties on the Reviewer table.

    The Reviewer Table Properties dialog box appears.

    Properties tab

  6. Type the scale you want to use with the Reviewer table records in the Working Scale text box.

    The value you type in this field represents the scale that is going to be used when you zoom to Reviewer or feature geometry for an item in the Reviewer table.

  7. Type a value in the Fixed Zoom Factor text box or move the slider to indicate how much to zoom in to the feature.

    If both the working scale and the fixed zoom factor are set, the working scale overrides the fixed zoom factor.

  8. Click OK.

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