In ArcMap, run the Grid Index Features geoprocessing tool (Geoprocessing > ArcToolbox > Cartography Tools > Data Driven Pages > Grid Index Features).
In the Output Feature Class box, type the output name for the grid index features without spaces.
In the Input Features box, select the feature class from the drop-down list.
Enter 10000 for both the Polygon Width and Polygon Height, and select Feet as the unit from the drop-down list for both Polygon Width and Polygon Height.
Click OK to add the grid to the map.
Right-click one of the grid boxes on the map, and click Select Features.
In the Geoprocessing menu, click the Clip tool.
In the Input Feature box, select the feature class, and select the grid index features layer for Clip Features.
Name the output feature class, and click OK to run the tool.
Repeat Steps 6 through 9 for the remaining grid boxes.
C. Extract datasets using the Create Fishnet tool
This tool extracts parts of data and exports the subsets into new datasets.
To run the Create Fishnettool, navigate to Geoprocessing > ArcToolbox > Data Management Tools > Sampling > Create Fishnet.
Enter the name and location of the Output Feature Class.
Select the feature class for the Template Extent.
Enter the desired value for the Number of Rows and Number of Columns.
For the Geometry Type parameter, select POLYGON, and click OK to run the tool. The POLYGON geometry forms a grid that overlays on an existing dataset.
Select one of the grid boxes on the map, right-click, and click Select Features.
Open the Select By Location dialog box (Selection > Select By Location).
Set the feature class as the target layer and the grid as the source layer.
Enable the Use selected features check box, and click OK.
Click the icon for General tabular operations > Export > Selected Records. This step exports only the selected data.
Repeat Steps 7 to 10 for each section to export all data.
D. Disable background processing
Other geoprocessing tools executing in the background consume computer memory and may cause an operation to fail. Disabling background processing of other tools frees up the memory and allows the desired operation to run.
To disable background processes, navigate to Geoprocessing >Geoprocessing Options.
Uncheck the Enable check box in the Background Processing section and click OK.