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mlbostwick

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Hi,
Can anyone explain to me how I would create a world map in ArcMap that extends your data beyond 180? I'm using a Pseudocylindric projection, and need to 'fill in the corners' of the page. See the screenshots below to illustrate what I mean. One shows that the map data is cut off at 180°, the other is a screenshot of a map that extends all the data past 180 to the edges of the page.

Thanks for any help provided.

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There has been some posts in the past about similar things:

But I don't think there has been a detailed how-to guide. It seems like you would first have to create variants with different central meridians and then work with those.
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Thanks. I wasn't coming up with the right search terms to get any results when I tried to look for older posts.




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