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I have a attribute table created from three sets of criteria. I needed only points within an area that met slope, depth and classification. The class is always 9 so that was not an issue. The slope and depth values are causing me the issues. each slope and depth have an associated Northing and Easting. I have all the points I need but now need to narrow it down so that I only have remaining points that have one northing and easting that meet both slope and depth.

I have attached a sample of the records table. In it you can see that one line shows a N,E and depth then the next has the matching N, E and slope. How do I query out matching records and remove the depth files that do not have a matching slope record.

I hope I have explained this correctly.

Any help would be welcomed as always



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Darren Rattai

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Hey Robyn,

Could you simply start an edit session and then delete the records with zero values for slope and depth? Or do you still need to keep those records.

Simply select attributes that have the zero value for slope and then add to selection to take out Depth values that are zero.

Hope this is an option,


Edited by Darren Rattai, 06 March 2009 - 10:52 AM.

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