This dialog box was used
to translate an external map file into AutoCAD Map 3D format. It has
been discontinued. Instead, use one of the following procedures
You can import coverages
in both UNIX ArcInfo and PC ArcInfo format. If you are importing
a coverage, you must have the coverage subdirectory and the associated
INFO subdirectory before using the MAPIMPORT4 command. To set a
text size for coverages, set the TEXTSIZE variable before using
the MAPIMPORT4 command.
a SHP file is located on a read-only drive or directory, you cannot
import the file if the name contains any of the following characters:
pound sign (#), exclamation point (!), comma (,), or accent grave
(`). To import the file, either rename the file or move it to a
directory to which you have write access.
When you have set options,
click Proceed to display the Import
Data Options dialog box, where you can specify how to
import graphics and data.
Click OK to
close the dialog box but keep the current import options.
Select the format of
the file to import.
Enter the name of the
existing file or coverage.
If you are not sure of
the name or location, click Browse to
view existing file names and directories.