Shape Map Area Conditional Formatting Dialog
The dialog appears when you select the Conditional Formatting button on the Format menu tab, or select the Conditional Formatting button on the toolbar of the Shape Map Editor. It helps you to set conditional formats on the shape map areas. See the dialog.
The following are details about options in the dialog:
Map Area Condition
Lists the conditions.
Specifies the priority of each condition.
Moves a condition up for a higher priority.
Moves a condition down for a lower priority.
Adds a new condition in the Edit Conditions dialog.
Removes the selected condition.
Edits the selected condition.
Specifies the format for the areas defined in the selected condition.
- Fill Color
Specifies the filling color for the areas. To edit the color, select the color image and select a color from the color palette or input the hexadecimal value (for example, 0xff0000) of a color directly in the text box.
- Border Color
Specifies the border color for the areas.
- Border Style
Specifies the border line style for the areas.
- Border Width
Specifies the border width for the areas.
Note: The format set here corresponds with some formulas. After you save the map and the corresponding catalog, and then load the catalog again, you will find some formulas are developed in the catalog. You can edit the formulas in the Formula Editor. However, the change you make to the formulas will not be reflected in the Map Area Conditional Formatting dialog.
Applies the changes and closes the dialog.
Cancels the changes and exits the dialog.
Displays the help document about this feature.
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