09:55 AM #2, i am using this tool named MI2Googlge.
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By selecting the 'send to kera sakti episode 3 bahasa indonesia Google Earth now' checkbox, MapInfo will seamlessly open Google Earth upon which Google Earth will automatically zoom into the area where your file is geographically located.
As you can see from the following screen shots the MapInfo image is inserted into Google Earth in its exact geographical location.I find that colleagues are now requesting GIS data from me instead of me requesting it from them.This would be a good place to start.Here once again you can enter where the file is to be saved, a file name and description.This is a very powerful option as you can now make full use of the Google Earth functionality including viewing the exported objects in Street View.Export MapInfo Professional Maps to Google Earth.
Unlike the raster image, exporting map objects in MapInfo lets you make use of the browser information to set height of the objects and lets you choose which columns from the browser are to be exported.
The following window appears in which you can choose where to save the file and where you can input a file name.
MapInfo Pro can export data in two different ways.Accessing Google Earth utility, the Google Earth connection utility can be found in the tool manager if it is not already enabled.Introduction, the following is a demonstration of how MapInfo Professional can create and send output seamlessly to Google Earth.As for the symbology, Google and MapInfo have different symbol sets, but I think they are both customisable so you could probably get these to match up with a bit of work.Highlight 'export selected objects' and press.My particular area of work is in a local authority water services department, and I will show how MapInfo helps me empower colleagues with the knowledge of a water distribution network.
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MapInfo will create.kml file which is the file type Google Earth and indeed Google Maps uses.