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Importing a shape file.
I would like to add a shape file to a new layer in the default map.
October 20, 2016
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dimonster
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This procedure is not as simple as you want 🙁

You must convert your shape files into Magellan IMI or LGT map.

You need Mobile Mapper Office 1.0 and 2.7 software and you need some skills in Magellan map conversion. Please, read some info at http://www.magellanboard.de forum.

January 3, 2016
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I bought a new 350H and i' m trying to add a shape file to a new layer in the existing map. This new data contains data on all of the crown lands (public) in New Brunswick. That way i could tell if i am hunting on private or public land.

Here is a link to the data files in three formats. http://www.snb.ca/geonb1/e/DC/.....ogue-E.asp

I there a process from which i can do this?

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