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  1. [data editing] The process of moving a feature to match or coincide exactly with another point or feature's coordinates when your pointer is within a specified distance (tolerance). Commonly used to increase accuracy when using a variety of tools including editing, georeferencing, and measure tools. Snapping may also be used to adjust the extent of the cells in one raster to match the extent of the cells in another raster. Media/snapping.gif

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