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A natural boundary is a parcel boundary that is formed by a natural feature. The most common example of a natural boundary is the bank of a river bed.
In the parcel fabric, natural boundaries are referred to as line strings and can be created using the Line String located on the Parcel Details dialog box.
- In an edit session in ArcMap, create a new parcel and begin traversing in your parcel lines.
- To traverse in the natural boundary, click the Line String tool on the Parcel Details dialog box and begin digitizing in your natural boundary.
- If the line string does not end on an existing parcel point, right-click and click Finish Digitizing to finish digitizing the line string.
- To edit a line string, click the Bearing field of the line string row in the Lines grid and click the Line String tool on the Parcel Details dialog box.