Available with 3D Analyst license.
It is common to use feature attributes to drive feature symbology in 3D, such as the feature's elevation, extrusion, or rotation angle. By using the Attributes window on the 3D Editor toolbar, you can change these display properties for a feature. For example, you can change the value of the attribute that represents the extrusion height.
You can edit attributes of a selected feature, as well as any features or records related to it. To open the Attribute window, click the Attributes button on the 3D Editor toolbar.
For further information on editing data and displaying edits using attributes, see the ArcMap help on Editing Attributes.
To edit attributes in the Attribute window:
- Click the Edit Placement tool on the 3D Editor toolbar and select a feature.
- Click the Attributes button on the 3D Editor toolbar.
- Click a feature in the top of the window. The layer's attributes appear in the bottom of the window, and the feature flashes in the view.
- To change an attribute value, click a cell on the right side and enter the value for that field.
- Press ENTER.
- Click the Close button to close the window.
- You can also apply the following changes or access the following feature options using the Attributes window:
Copy attribute values
Select the contents of the cell, right-click, then click Copy. To paste the attribute values into a different cell, right-click the cell, then click Paste.
Delete attribute values
Right-click the cell and click Delete. The deleted attribute value is replaced by the default value for the field-most often <null>.
Hide/Show hidden fields
Click the Options button and click All Fields.
Open the Table window
Right-click the layer or feature and click Open Attribute Table (this opens the table and shows all records) or click Open Table Showing Selection (this opens the table to the view showing only selected records).
To navigate to the selected features, right-click the layer or feature in the Attribute window and click Zoom To, Pan To, or Flash.