Superimposing Maps

Superimposing Maps

Postby BobH » 19 Jan 2011, 01:39

I would like to be able to superimpose maps on other maps holding the scale constant. This would seem like a natural function for google maps but I can't find how to invoke it if it is there.

Searching for "superimpose map" isn't giving me anything useful either (but I am search argument challenged - among my many other character flaws).

If anyone knows a way to do this, or a site that will do it for me, I'd appreciate the nudge.
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Re: Superimposing Maps

Postby steveh » 19 Jan 2011, 10:18

BobH wrote:I would like to be able to superimpose maps on other maps holding the scale constant. This would seem like a natural function for google maps but I can't find how to invoke it if it is there.

Searching for "superimpose map" isn't giving me anything useful either (but I am search argument challenged - among my many other character flaws).

If anyone knows a way to do this, or a site that will do it for me, I'd appreciate the nudge.


Hi Bob

I went to the Google Maps help and typed in superimpose but there were not any articles that really answered the question. If you are prepared to download MS Silverlight they offer CI maps that allow superimposed maps from both Bing and Google Maps, this PDF may offer some assistance http://helpcentral.componentone.com/net ... l=maps.htm
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