Blog : Desktop L1 (Basic)

The ASCII data files (often named “Comma-separated values” CSV), are one of the most common types of files to store Points tabular data. They are plain-text ASCII files, without binary numbers or any other data type that has to be... more


Sometimes, certain data of the spatial elements in a table include references to external information, such as web pages, images, etc. Spatial Manager™ provides a little trick to find the links to this information Please, watch the video and read... more


There are many situations where it may be interesting to include the values of the geometric coordinates of Points as alphanumeric data, added to some other personal data of the Points. The Spatial Manager™ ASCII Points data provider includes this option... more


Many users ask us about the possibility of working with Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. Because of the intrinsic limitations of AutoCAD LT this is not possible, but here is a practical workaround using Spatial Manager Desktop™ AutoCAD... more


As stated in the Support page of the Spatial Manager™ web, the Spatial Manager™ Wiki is the central, official source of documentation and learning material for Spatial Manager™ product suite users The Wiki contains... more


In applications that manage spatial data, it is very usual and useful to Copy or to Save alphanumeric data from data tables so it can be used in other Office, GIS or CAD applications Spatial Manager Desktop™ provides the ability to export this... more