Quickly and Accurately Locate Your Target Property

Now, the boundary you select during the ordering process will outline your target property on aerial photos, Sanborn Maps®, and Topographic Maps.

  • Quickly identify your subject property and easily track changes over time.
  • Fully editable inside the PDF. You can change the size, shape, color, and move the property boundary, if needed.
  • Easily hide the outline in most common PDF readers by simply pressing Ctrl+Shift+8

Check out this Certified Sanborn Map Report enhanced with property boundaries. Save time on your next project! This feature is available to all EDR customers.

Editing the property boundary outline in PDF readers is simple. We’ve provided step-by-step instructions for three common programs below. Each of these programs is free and available to download by following the links provided.

Adobe Acrobat Reader DC

Hide Outline:  

  • Select “Comment”

Adobe1

  • Select filter comments icon from drop down menu

Adobe2

 

  • Select “Hide All Comments”

Adobe3

Or

  • Ctrl+Shift+8 to hide outline
  • Ctrl+8 to show outline

 

Edit Polygon

Right click on polygon to activate edit feature.

  • Once edit features are active one can move, enlarge or shrink, and/or change the shape of the polygon

Adobe4

 

 PDF-Xchange Viewer

Hide Outline

  • Select “Comments” from top of ribbon
  • Highlight “Show Comments”
  • Select “Hide All Comments”

Or

  • Ctrl+Shift+8 to hide comments
  • Ctrl+8 to show comments

PDFX1

Edit Polygon

Right click on polygon to activate edit features

  • Once edit features are active one can move, enlarge or shrink, and/or change the shape of the polygon

PDFX2

Foxit Reader

Hide Outline

  1. Select “Comment” from top of ribbon
  2. Highlight “Comments” drop down menu
  3. Select “Hide All”

Foxit1

Or

  1. Ctrl+Shift+8 to hide outline
  2. Ctrl+8 to show outline

 

Edit Polygon

  • Right click on polygon to activate edit features
    1. Once edit features are active one can move, enlarge or shrink, and/or change the shape of the polygon

Foxit2