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    Scott Chang
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    Default ArcGIS10:Correct source addresses using interactive rematch-Rematch interactively?

    Hi all,
    I have followed the Steps of attached 3 jpg files to do Correct source addresses using interactive rematch => Rematch interactively by correcting input addresses (on Page 244), and Rematch interactively by pointing on the map (on Page 245). I have a hard time to get the blue line (I guess it is a street which is the result of "Rematch interactively by pointing on the map") on the figure (on Page 245) appeared on my mxd MAP. Please kindly help and tell me how to get the line of "Street" by doing "Rematch interactively by pointing on the map" in detailed instructions.
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    Scott Chang
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    Default Re: ArcGIS10:Correct source addresses using interactive rematch-Rematch interactively

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottChang25 View Post
    Hi all,
    I have followed the Steps of attached 3 jpg files to do Correct source addresses using interactive rematch => Rematch interactively by correcting input addresses (on Page 244), and Rematch interactively by pointing on the map (on Page 245). I have a hard time to get the blue line (I guess it is a street which is the result of "Rematch interactively by pointing on the map") on the figure (on Page 245) appeared on my mxd MAP. Please kindly help and tell me how to get the line of "Street" by doing "Rematch interactively by pointing on the map" in detailed instructions.
    Thanks,
    Scott Chang
    I've never actually added an address point by interactively pointing to a location as described in the text, but it seems fairly straight forward. It appears to me that the street has been selected resulting in it's blue color; my guess is they did that for illustrative purposes only. You could pick any street you want and then following the instructions of step 4, you should be able to geocode the location.

    Hope this helps...
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    Default Re: ArcGIS10:Correct source addresses using interactive rematch-Rematch interactively

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottChang25 View Post
    Hi all,
    I have followed the Steps of attached 3 jpg files to do Correct source addresses using interactive rematch => Rematch interactively by correcting input addresses (on Page 244), and Rematch interactively by pointing on the map (on Page 245). I have a hard time to get the blue line (I guess it is a street which is the result of "Rematch interactively by pointing on the map") on the figure (on Page 245) appeared on my mxd MAP. Please kindly help and tell me how to get the line of "Street" by doing "Rematch interactively by pointing on the map" in detailed instructions.
    Thanks,
    Scott Chang
    Scott,

    Once in interactive rematch click the button to indicate that you want to select the address by clicking the map, then right-click on the map at the point where you want that record geocoded, and make your selection from the menu that pops up.

    Matt

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