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Full Specifications

What's new in version 2.2

  • Support for Visual Studio .NET (VB.NET and C#)
  • New sample applications and useful documentation for getting started with MapObjects in Visual Studio .NET
  • Tracking layer smoothing
  • Improved projection engine (along with new formats)
  • Enhanced labeling
  • Elimination of the separate end user license and fee requirements previously required to read GIF and TIFF/LZW images

General

Publisher ESRI
Publisher web site http://www.esri.com
Release Date September 26, 2003
Date Added September 26, 2003
Version 2.2

Category

Category Business Software
Subcategory Presentation Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows NT/2000/XP/NT 4
Additional Requirements Windows NT4/2000/XP

Download Information

File Size Not Available
File Name External File

Popularity

Total Downloads 3,075
Downloads Last Week 0

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License Model Free to try
Limitations Not available
Price $5000
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