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Has anyone found a way to get Arcview to output a greyscale map (in the case, US counties with population data) with 256 shades of grey?
I need to take the resulting image into Bryce to create a terrain based on the population numbers.
All I can get from Arcview is a grey map with 102 shades of grey.
Any suggestions would be welcome.

Thanks!
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Try creating new colors in the style editor.


Attached File  colors.jpg   59.75KB   44 downloads

You could use the name of each color as an attribute to symbolize population.

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Tree,

I have an .avl file that allows you to have a supported legend of 360 categories. We had to import the Arcview 3 legend from the symbology tab to have 360 colours for our Aspect Map.

When I try to attach the .avl to this reply it tells me that I am not permitted to upload such file type. So if this is what you need, let me know and maybe I can send it to you another way.

Josh




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