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DataLog includes an integrated mapping feature. This is accessed while directly editing the sale in DataLog.


Use known latitude/longitude markers to localize a geographical point, or drop a marker onto a Google Map. To launch the feature, click the Load Map button, and a Google map of the continental United States will be displayed. Latitude and Longitude coordinates can be entered first if desired. The map will localize accordingly and display a marker.


The map coordinates are stored when a sale is saved. Users must be connected to the Internet in order to view the sale map.

  • Print the map from the Map Options drop-down list.


  • Familiar map options such as pan, zoom, satellite and street view, etc. are available.


To add a known marker, enter the Latitude and Longitude coordinates in decimal format, including +/- as necessary.


Click the Clear All button to remove it.

Alternatively, click to drop a marker anywhere on the map after clicking Add Marker; double-clicking the mouse will zoom in.

The marker can be dragged to a desired location on the map.

The marker location will update in the Latitude and Longitude fields.


These maps will automatically transfer into a report with the sale using the Insert Sale Map feature in ClickForms.

Also, here is some info about additional mapping services that are popular with AgWare customers:

One of the more popular options is Google Earth which is different from on-line Google Maps.

You can add pins and property boundaries and then save the current view as an image. 

There is a Property Boundary tool. For more information on Property Boundary tool, click here.

You can also do that in Google Maps if you are logged into a Google Account.

Here is a link on how to add a place marker in Google Earth:

The reason a lot of users like Google Earth is because you can add Section/Township/Range lines through a third party service:

We also have some customers using services like Microsoft MapPoint, Delorme maps, Land Voyage, AgriData, and local tax property maps.

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