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How to Download and Install MAPC2MAPC, a Program to Manipulate Digital Maps

How to Download and Install MAPC2MAPC, a Program to Manipulate Digital Maps

MAPC2MAPC is a software that allows you to load, calibrate, view, crop, rescale, reproject and rotate digital maps. It supports many different formats and datums, and can be used for various purposes such as hiking, biking, geocaching, etc. In this article, we will show you how to download and install MAPC2MAPC on your Windows PC.

Download Mapc2mapc Registration Key

  • Scroll down to find the latest version of MAPC2MAPC.NET (as of 20 December 2022, it is version 596). Click on the link to download the zip file.

  • If you have problems unzipping the file, you can use a free program like 7Zip. Then run the setup.exe file within the zip file.

  • Follow the instructions on the screen to install MAPC2MAPC on your PC. You do not need to uninstall the previous release if you have one - the installation will replace all files.

  • After the installation is complete, you can launch MAPC2MAPC from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut.

  • To enter your registration key, go to Help > Register in MAPC2MAPC. Copy and paste your key into the box and click OK.

We hope this article was helpful for you. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us.

How to Use MAPC2MAPC to Manipulate Digital Maps

Once you have downloaded and installed MAPC2MAPC, you can start using it to manipulate digital maps. MAPC2MAPC has two different user interfaces: Wizard mode and Expert mode. Wizard mode is the default for new users and is designed to simplify the common operations. Expert mode uses traditional Windows menus and offers more options and features. You can switch between the interfaces at any time by clicking the menu icon in Wizard mode or using File > Wizard mode in Expert mode.

The basic flow of the program is to load a map either from an existing calibration file or by calibrating an image; optionally to change the map using the edit functions; then to write the map and/or calibration in a choice of formats[^1^]. A separate function merges maps that are already calibrated. Here are some examples of what you can do with MAPC2MAPC:

  • You can load a digital map from another program or downloaded from the internet. MAPC2MAPC supports many different formats and datums, such as KMZ, KML, SID, GeoTIFF, KAP, etc. You can also load a map image without a calibration file and calibrate it manually or by using Google Earth.

  • You can change the map using the edit functions. For example, you can crop, rescale, reproject, rotate, merge, split, add grids, add tracks, add waypoints, change colors, etc. You can also view the map on your screen or on Google Earth.

  • You can write the map and/or calibration in a choice of formats for different platforms and software. For example, you can write Garmin Custom Map, Mobile Atlas, Trekbuddy Map, JNX File, ANDROZIC MAP+OZF2, etc. You can also write calibrations for OziExplorer, Memory-Map Navigator, Fugawi Global Navigator, etc.

For more information on how to use MAPC2MAPC, you can check out the user guide at or watch some video tutorials at [^2^] and [^4^]. e0e6b7cb5c


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