|Find a tree on the map that you want to copy|
|Using the copy tree tool. Click on any tree to copy|
|Notice how the the tree you just copied is now selected. The next step is to click on the map to paste the tree.|
|Most of attributes from the original tree have been pasted into the new tree. TreeWorks will automatically bring up the attibutes form of the new tree for your review.|
Some information will not copy over to the new tree
Tasks, for example, are not copied over to the new tree because we may unknowingly paste several trees that are now slated for removal. Risk is another attribute that is excluded from the copy tree tool to prevent the misclassification of risk. Instead, when you paste a new tree, the risk field is left blank.
Knowledge Base ArticlesAssigning Maintenance Tasks.
Compacting the TreeWorks database
Customize the Species List.
Extending the TreeWorks Evaluation
Migrating Data to ArcGIS Explorer
TreeWorks - Getting Started in ArcMap.pdf
TreeWorks and ArcPad - Setup a Handheld
TreeWorks - Starting a New Project with an Existing Database
TreeWorks ArcPad Configuration
TreeWorks Check-in and Check-out
TreeWorks to Itree Conversion
Understanding tree appraisal values
Using ArcGIS Field Calculator for Mass Updates
Using the Camera Option in ArcPad 10
Utilizing the Notes Field