GPS mapping: make your own maps
This is the only comprehensive guide to mapping software that clearly explains how to interface your GPS receiver with your computer to create maps, annotate aerial photos, and even create 3-D maps. It includes where to find free software and maps, how to use aerial photos and satellite imagery, and how to view your favorite backcountry locations in 3-D.It brings sophisticated features once available only to professional cartographers within reach, at low cost or even free, to everyone who loves maps. Readers will discover how to make maps for free, download aerial photos, create and customize their own maps, use hidden tips and tricks, reduce the learning curve and get mapping right away, locate trailheads using a real-time moving map on a laptop or PDA, and how to best transfer information between a GPS, computer, and electronic maps.
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Section One Getting Started
A Short Course
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aerial photos allows button Chapter Choose File choose Help click OK Color communications protocol Conﬁguration contour contour lines convert coordinates create routes datum default Delete DeLorme dialog box shown display drag Edit enter ESRI export feature ﬁeld ﬁnd ﬁnished ﬁrst folder format Fugawi Garmin geocaching georeference GPS Map GPS units grid hard disk help ﬁles Hypsography import labeled layer load Lowrance Magellan map ﬁle map image map screen MapCreate MapSend MapSource Maptech marker menu moving map NMEA Open Map open the dialog options OziExplorer Pocket PC pointer Print Proﬁle programs quad right-click scale scroll SDTS select File shapeﬁles Show shown in Figure Terrain Navigator tool toolbar Topo USA TopoFusion track point trails transfer data updated Upload USAPhotoMaps USGS Vector View waypoint window WinRAR Zoom