Probably one of the most common problem for any ArcMap user is the projection. When map making, it is important to use the correct map projection to represent a location as effectively as possible. When mapping small regions, districts or countries, it is important to project your data to a Universal Mercator Transformation (UTM). In this video, we take a set of WGS 1984 maps and reproject it to UTM NAD 1983 Zone 17 for Toronto, Ontario.
In this video, batch operations can be handy for large data processes. Personally, I like to prepare them in advance in MS Excel and copy it over, just in case I make modification on specific datasets. You will also notice that we can run operation one-at-a-time.
You’ll also notice that we also employed a Geographic Transformation. If you need more information on this, let me know. I can certainly make a video for this.