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An attribute table is a database / table of information about a set of geographic features. Each row represents a feature on the map and each column represents the type of data that has been collected.
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Click the open attribute table button at the bottom of the map viewer to expand the attribute table.
Click the hide attribute table button to collapse the attribute table.
Open the layer list in the map viewer and select view in attribute table from the layer options
When you open the attribute table the features should be displayed in a table format.
When the table is first opened, the 'filter by map extent button' is automatically turned on. This means that the table is only showing information / data in your current map extent (i.e what you can see on the map). To view all of the records, simply click this button to turn it off.
Select a record - Clicking a record in the table selects it and highlights the corresponding feature on the map. Double clicking on a record will zoom to the feature on the map. Press the Shift or Ctrl key to select multiple records.
Clear selections - Clicking the clear selection button clears all selections.
Zoom to selected features - Clicking zoom to resets the map extent to center around selected features.
Refresh - Clicking refresh resets the table structure after any changes have been made.
Sort by columns - The information can be sorted based on a column. Click on a heading to sort the results in ascending or descending order.
Arrange columns - Click and drag a column header to rearrange the table.
Show or hide columns - Clicking the plus icon on the right side of the attribute table opens the column visibility window. Check or uncheck the column names to set them to visible or invisible in the table.
Options - Click the options drop down for more attribute table tools.