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Instructions provided describe how to populate the attribute table of a 3D point feature class using the z-values of each point.
In ArcGIS 9.2, a new tool was implemented that makes this process much easier than it was in previous releases. The point file needs to have 3D z-values stored in the geometry for the attribute table to be populated appropriately.
This tool refers only to x and y coordinates. It populates x- and y-values but also populates z-values, if they are present in the geometry of the point file.