MapInfo Pro™ Monthly Journal - August Issue  
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MapInfo Pro™ Monthly Journal
August 2012 Volume 1, Issue 5
Hello MapInfo Professional Users 
Tom Whether you take a "vacation" or a "holiday" August is probably not the month where a new journal issue will get the most attention! Still, given the phenomenal response we have had, we thought we would put together a somewhat abbreviated issue this month.

We'll continue covering what is new in MapInfo Professional v11.5 with an overview of the improvements to the Browser window. We had some great feedback on this from users at both the Insights conference in New Orleans and at a recent UK User Group meeting. We hope you like this too!

Want to learn more about MapInfo Professional v11.5!

If you are looking for more details on MapInfo Professional v11.5 we are hosting a number of web seminars. 

Tom Probert, EMEA Product Marketing Manager
 

 
An Overview of the Browser window in MI Pro v11.5
 
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Last month we introduced you to the New Legend Designer introduced in MapInfo Professional v11.5.

If you missed that and are curious, click here.

Another major work area in v11.5 is additional improvements to the Browser window. These include a new quick access toolbar and new functionality for easy filtering  

Click here to read more.

Easy Tip - Setting the default column display for a Browser window
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Is there a way I can only show certain columns in a Browser every time I browse my table?

Here is a useful tip for the Browser window. This tip does not rely on new capabilities in MI Pro v11.5. (You need v8.5 or later for this capability). 

Click here to read more. 

Something a bit more advanced... Selecting all the records that do not have an object. 
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Let's say you have a table of points and you want to identify any records that have not been geocoded. This can be done very easily with the Query > Select or SQL Select commands.

Click here to read more.

MapInfo Professional v11.5 Web Seminars
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We are running a number of Web seminars from locations around the world.

 
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Missed the previous issue?

Click here to see the July 2012 issue.
Archive of back issues

Click here for an archive of previous issues.
Bad Geography joke

Why was the map twitching?

MI Pro Releases

Most recent release:
- MI Pro v11.5- June 2012

Upcoming releases:
- MI Pro v11.5.1- September 2012
- MI Pro v11.5.2- December 2012
- MI Pro v11.5.3- March 2013

Super Quick Keyboard Tip!

When drawing a polyline or polygon you can delete the most recently placed node with the Backspace key.

Featured Link:
Try MapInfo Professional v11.5!


Click here to download a 30 day free trial.

Answer for the Bad Geography Joke

It had a nervous tic. 

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