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GISPD.com Sample Code Disclaimer: These resources are intended as samples and learning tools only. Authors: David A. Howes, David Howes, LLC - dhowes.com & gispd.com Jason Pardy, NewfoundGEO Consulting - newfoundgeo.com & gispd.com Creation date: October 20, 2014 Type: Esri ArcMap 10.2.2 .NET add-in Development environment: Visual Studio 2012 Express .NET Framework 3.5 Esri ArcObjects 10.2.2 Purpose: ArcMap add-in tool to allow the user to click on the map and obtain a lat/long string representing the clicked location. The string can be used in Google or Bing Maps, for example. Installation: Compile the code and run the project in Debug Mode - this will install the add-in "GISPD-Get Map Point" Use: 1. Show the toolbar "GISPD-Get Map Point" 2. Add at least one data layer to ArcMap 3. Click on the tool "GISPD-Get Map Point" 4. Click on the map - the lat/long string will appear in a message box and be available in the paste buffer Further resources: See 2014 Northwest GIS Conference add-in presentation slides available from gispd.com Resources page for help links (NW GIS 2014-Howes & Pardy-Extending ArcGIS for Desktop - Python and .NET Add-Ins in a Nutshell-20141015.pdf)