|September 2015 ||Volume 3, Issue 4 |
|Gearing up for 64 BIT |
In case you haven't heard, our development team is hard at work on our first native 64 bit version of MapInfo Professional. The goal is nothing short of the best MapInfo Professional ever! See below for a short article with some screen shots.
| ||Hello everyone! The 32 bit release of MapInfo Professional came out in June and our first localised releases, including French and German are getting into production soon. See below for a link for the schedule for other languages. |
You will also find a tip for new users on how to e-mail a MapInfo table. Ashley Crane has brought the Scripting Samurai out for an article on using the MapBasic window and we highlight a useful tool for exporting data from MapInfo Professional to spreadsheets.
As always, please forward this to anybody you know that might benefit from learning tips, tricks and techniques for using MapInfo Professional.
Tom Probert, Editor
|Easy Tip - E-mail a table |
| ||If you need to e-mail (or otherwise share) a MapInfo table, you need to know all the files that make up the table. There is more than just the TAB file! |
Read on to learn more...
|Scripting Samurai - Getting Started with the MapBasic window |
| ||The Query Ninja is taking a break this month and the rarely seen Scripting Samurai is back. If you want to start down the road of automating tasks and doing other neat tricks, check out this article? from Ashley Crane. |
|MapInfo Professional v12.5: A preview of the 64 bit version! |
| ||The 64 bit release of MapInfo Professional v12.5 is scheduled to come out late October. It will have an all new user interface! For a little preview of what to expect, here are a few screen shots! |
|gohere Rummaging in the Toolbox |
| ||The most popular tool in the Community Downloads site is MapInfo2Excel (from the extraordinary Peter Moeller). To see for yourself why it is so popular, why not check it out! |
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|Featured Link: The Case Study Library |
| ||Did you know that the MapInfo Web site has a library of case studies? To see what other customers or Pitney Bowes are doing, check it out here: www.mapinfo.com/case-studies |