00:01Esri Maps for Office gives you many different ways to share the maps...
00:03...you create with your Excel data.
00:05You can share your map on ArcGIS Online so others can find and use it...
00:11...or add it to a PowerPoint presentation.
00:14Or you can copy and paste your map into your email or Microsoft word document.
00:20Let’s say you work in the GIS group of a telecom company.
00:23Your field technician team is wrapping up a project on upgrading cellphone towers...
00:27...for the first quarter of the year and is getting ready for the Q1 report and presentation.
00:32They want to include maps of cellphone tower locations in the report...
00:35...as well as in their presentation.
00:37You've created a map of cellphone towers in Excel...
00:40...and are ready to share it with the field crew team.
00:43You can simply click the copy image button which will create a clipboard copy of your map.
00:48Now you can paste the map into the report; or send it out via email.
00:57With ArcGIS Online, you can share individual data layers; or the entire map.
01:04You can also control who gets access to your data layers and map; and who can edit them.
01:17Your colleagues can use ArcGIS Online to embed your map in online articles or blogs.
01:25Using the create slide button, you can add your map as a static image...
01:28...directly to PowerPoint slides.
01:31In addition, you can use the Esri Maps tab inside PowerPoint...
01:34...to insert dynamic and interactive maps in your slides.
01:47During your presentation, you can answer specific questions from the audience...
01:50...by zooming in and out, moving around the map...
01:56...and displaying more information about cellphone towers.
02:00Learn more about how you can use Esri Maps for Office to share your maps with others.
02:04Sign up for the free 30-day trial.
Share Your Maps from Excel
There are different ways to share the maps you create using Esri Maps for Office. You can publish your map as a feature service on ArcGIS Online, add them to PowerPoint presentations, and copy and paste them in e-mails and Microsoft Word documents.
- Recorded: May 30th, 2013
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- Published: Jun 20th, 2013
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