The copy and paste function changes an annotation feature to a polygon feature, when generated within the same feature dataset if the annotation feature is displayed in an ArcMap document.
Last Published: August 19, 2020ArcGIS for Desktop
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January 28, 2015
March 30, 2022
ArcGIS for Desktop
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Option AWithin ArcCatalog, copy the annotation feature from the feature dataset, and paste it into a different feature dataset.Option BWithin ArcCatalog, copy the annotation from the feature dataset, and paste it into a geodatabase.Option CWithin ArcCatalog, copy the annotation, and paste it into the same feature dataset. Ensure the annotation is not present in the ArcMap document.Option DWithin ArcCatalog, right-click the annotation, and select Export > To Geodatabase (single).