If you project the curved surface of the globe onto a flat surface, what you get is a two-dimensional version of a map where longitude lines appear to be parallel. Such maps are often used to show the entire surface of the globe all at once. An MKMap Point data structure represents a point on this two-dimensional map. The actual units of a map point are tied to the underlying units used to draw the contents of an MKMap View , but you should never need to worry about these units directly.
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Volume discounts continue to be available for purchases of five or more. For example, do you need to re-create your attractive MapPoint map on a webpage or in another map application? Or perhaps you would like to use your data map in a drawing tool such as Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator? If so, MPExporter will solve your problems. MPExporter can export all of the accessible data from your Microsoft MapPoint map to a number of geospatial and vector formats.
Note: Microsoft MapPoint does not expose any territory data all versions and the built-in demographic data available in earlier versions only. Because this data is not accessible, it cannot be exported. The Professional License of MPExporter adds the ability to export shaded area maps for supported geographic areas as a collection of shapes.
A full list of the currently supported geographic areas is available. Click here to download MPExporter. This is a free trial version that will last for 7 days, and must be registered if you wish to use it beyond this period. The Professional license adds the capability to write area maps as a collection of shapes.
Other purchase options and volume discounts are also available. Please use our contact form for MPExporter support.
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Volume discounts continue to be available for purchases of five or more. For example, do you need to re-create your attractive MapPoint map on a webpage or in another map application? Or perhaps you would like to use your data map in a drawing tool such as Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator? If so, MPExporter will solve your problems.