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Single State Mapper Screenshot
Single State Mapping Tool allows you to create maps of individual states with MicrosoftÂ® MapPointÂ® 2002, 2004 or 2006.
Make maps of individual states. For various purposes, many users of Microsoft MapPoint would like to cover up neighboring states for their maps in Microsoft MapPoint. This tool allows you to do that.
Demo data file allows you to create an individual map of Nevada. The full product supports all 48 contiguous US States.
You can see it's not perfect - the labels at the edge of the state are chopped off, unfortunately this is the best you can do with Microsoft MapPoint.
There's a couple steps in creating an individual state map which requires some experience with MapPoint shape objects. To re-create the Nevada map, download the sample file (1468KB). Type Nevada, US in the Find box and hit OK when the dialog comes up. Click in the center of the map, it will select the Nevada shape object. Next, at the bottom in the Drawing toolbar, change the line to black and the fill to "No Fill". That will show the Nevada Map just as it is in the first download. That is it!
The Nevada demonstration contains one US State. When you purchase the Single State Mapping Tool, you will receive one Microsoft MapPoint template file that can be used to produce individual maps for all 48 contiguous US States.
For support, please see http://www.mapforums.com.
See http://www.mapforums.com for support.