How to Export data?

Choose the area that should be exported. There are three options for choosing the export extent

    1. Click on the Export button in the top menu bar to open up the Export Data wizard.
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    2. To open up a list of all completed or current export jobs, click on the Export Jobs icon in the bottom left corner of the wizard screen.
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    3. To proceed to the Export Setup Menu, click next.
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    4. Select the layer from which you would like to export features.
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    5. Choose the area that should be exported. There are three options for choosing the export extent:
Selected Feature Extent (Default)

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    1. Choose a feature in which you will specify criteria.
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    2. Select criteria by which your selection will be made. Pro Tip: Start typing in the selection box to search for results.
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Visible Extent

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a. Select the radio button next to the Visible Extent option, and the menu will roll up and turn green.
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b. Move the view on your screen until you are satisfied. This can be done by panning, zooming, or even resizing the accordion menus.

c. Click the down arrow on the orange Export Data bar to roll down the print menu.
Selected Extent

Export area is determined by a selection area drawn on the screen.

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    1. Select the radio button next to the Selected Extent option, and the menu will roll up and turn green. A yellow block will appear, with darker yellow lines that divide the block to indicate the number of pages that the area covers at the selected paper size and print scale.Screenshot 2021-05-10 at 11.13.46
    2. Resize the block by clicking on the light blue circles on the edges of the block, and dragging until satisfied.
    3. Click the down arrow on the orange Export Data bar to roll down the print menu.
    1. Click the Next button.
  1. Complete the following fields and click next.
    1. Type in a title for the export file to be generated. Pro Tip: Type in a descriptive name such as the name of the area and the layer that you are exporting. This will enable you to find and download the export file again in future if you wish to.
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    2. The format that you wish to export. The following formats are available: ESRI Shapefile, Map Info TAB file, DXF and KML. When selecting DXF, the user has the option of including a vector label in the object that gets exported. Select DXF, then select the font in which the label should appear, the size of the label, as well as the field that you would like displayed, e.g. erf number.Screenshot 2021-05-10 at 16.17.49

    3. Select the projection that you wish to export the file in. This will depend on the application for which you require the export. The default projection is EPSG:4326 - WGS84, which is the projection used by the Global Positioning System (GPS).
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  2. Click Done to start your export job. A popup window tells you that your export job has started. You will receive an email with the download link to your export job once the server has finished preparing it. Alternatively, track the progress of your job or download it from the Export Jobs screen, as discussed in point 2 above.

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