You can choose the county and the USGS Quad for that county except for Gainesville East and West quads. A good place to start is the The task here is to create two professional-quality maps for a portion of a Florida USGS quad, both in a NAD83 UTM projection. Two digital cartographic products of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) are vector (DLG) and terrain elevation (DEM) data in the Spatial Data Transfer Standard (SDTS) format. The SDTS is a relatively new format that has been mandated for federal use. DLG data sets were created by reformatting digital line graph optional (DLG-O) data as SDTS. Because the DLG file in either the DLG-O or the DLG SDTS format cannot be read by ArcGIS, a little preprocessing must be done. in order to perform this task. This extension provides the ability to add graticules and grids to layouts. Graticules and grids are used to show latitude and longitude on a reference map such as a navigational chart, regional map, or a topographic map. Using a set of easy-to-use wizard panels, you’ll be able to create a grid, graticule, or both. The wizard will present ArcGIS’s best-guess evaluation for settings as defaults. These settings can be modified. Source.