|To do this...
||Use this method...
|Show or hide the Display Manager
||In the Tool-based Ribbon Workspace, click View
tab Palettes panel Map
Task Pane. In the Task
Pane, click Display Manager.
||Use the Display Manager to style features
and drawing objects in your maps, and to adjust the draw order.
|Create a feature layer.
a feature to the map using Data Connect.
||When you connect to a feature from your map, you add
the objects in that feature to a Display Manager layer.
Each layer can have its own style.
|Include only objects that match certain criteria.
the Add To Map With Query option to filter the data from the feature source.
||Add a subset of objects from a feature source to a Display Manager layer.
|Create a style.
the Style Editor.
||Options vary, depending on whether you are styling points, lines,
|Create a theme.
the Style Editor.
||A theme varies the style based on data associated with
|Change the style as you zoom in or out.
||You can define multiple styles and assign each one to
a different scale range.
|Label individual features.
labels as part of a style and assign a property for the labels.
||For each feature, the property you assign for the style
appears at the scale ranges you specify.
|Change the display order of layers.
Display Manager to change the Draw Order.
||Layers are drawn from the bottom up. Objects in the layer at
the top of the Display Manager are drawn last
and appear on top of other objects.
|Hide layers or styles.
the boxes in the Display Manager for the layers or styles to show.
||If a layer is hidden, objects from that layer are hidden.
When a style is hidden, drawing objects are displayed without styles.
|Add a legend.
the Display Manager to include and style the legend.
||The legend lists the styles used in the map.