Overview of the Data Table
Concept Procedure Quick Reference
 
 
 

To access the Data Table

  1. Connect to the data you want to view or edit.
  2. In the Display Manager, select the layer whose data you want to view.
  3. Click .
  4. The Data Table window displays the properties for the layer you selected.

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View data for a feature in your map.
  1. Select a layer in Display Manager.
  2. Click .
Viewing Data for a Selected Layer, Join, Unfiltered Feature Class, or Non-Spatial Data Table
View non-spatial data
  1. In the Data Table, click the Data menu.
  2. Select the non-spatial table to view.
Viewing Data for a Selected Layer, Join, Unfiltered Feature Class, or Non-Spatial Data Table
Dock the Data Table
  1. Right-click the Data Table title bar and select Allow Docking.
  2. Drag the Data Table by its title bar to the top or bottom of the application window.
Data Table Dialog Box
Make the Data Table transparent.
  1. Right-click the title bar of the Data Table and choose Transparency.
  2. In the Transparency dialog box, adjust the transparency level and click OK.
 
Minimize the Data Table automatically when you click outside it. Right-click the title bar of the Data Table and choose Auto-Hide.  
Find data that meets conditions that you specify. Click Search to Select at the bottom of the Data Table. Using Expressions to Select Feature Data
Highlight areas in your map. In the Data Table, select the row or rows of data to highlight. Viewing Data for a Selected Layer, Join, Unfiltered Feature Class, or Non-Spatial Data Table
Remove highlighting From the Options list in the Data Table, select Select None. Highlighting Features Using the Data Table
Zoom to related areas in your map.
  1. In the Data Table, click Auto-Zoom (unless it is already on).
  2. Select the rows of data to view.
Zooming to a View Using the Data Table
Edit information in the Data Table
  1. Select and edit cells in the Data Table.
  2. Check in the feature when you are finished.
Editing Features using the Data Table
Export information from the Data Table.
  1. Select the rows of data to export.
  2. From the Options list in the Data Table, select Export.
  3. Specify a name and location for the exported .csv file.
Exporting from the Data Table