ArcGIS to CorelDraw conversion – GIS – CartoTalk

You currently have javascript disabled. Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. A related question to the initial one posed by signo:When exporting into .ai (which has worked for me as well), one problem I am having is the 'scale with image' functionality once the map graphic has been imported into Corel. Scale the map up, and the lines become very thin. Shrink the map down, and the roadways turn into one big, giant blob. You currently have javascript disabled. Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. When exporting into .ai (which has worked for me as well), one problem I am having is the 'scale with image' functionality once the map graphic has been imported into Corel. Scale the map up, and the lines become very thin. Shrink the map down, and the roadways turn into one big, giant blob. I called my contact at ESRI, and he said it has something to do with 'symbology' designated before the map graphics are exported out of ArcView. However, that type of information goes zooming right over my head .....as my only use of ArcView (at the moment) is to figure out a way to get base data into .cdr/.ai so that I don't have to recreate all of those to-scale lines from scratch. Any ideas? I'm also very curious to know where you all might recommend purchasing basic street and parcel-level data for locations within the United States...or if there are any third parties out there who will perform the conversion from ArcView to .ai/.cdr on behalf of organizations such as mine. I don't really want to get into the 'GIS' business since there are so many talented people already working in the field! Rather, I simply want to be able to have AI/Corel and GIS files effectively 'talk' to one another. When exporting into .ai (which has worked for me as well), one problem I am having is the 'scale with image' functionality once the map graphic has been imported into Corel. Scale the map up, and the lines become very thin. Shrink the map down, and the roadways turn into one big, giant blob. AFAIK this is an issue with CD. In illustrator you can choose whether to scale the artwork and have object line widths and symbol/font sizes scale as well which I find very useful. My workflow almost always results in artwork being exported at the desired final scale so it is a rrarely a huge problem for me. So youmay want to get around the problem by dealing with the scaling in illustrator before going into CD. Source.


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