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With an ArcInfo or ArcEditor seat, your geocoding results can be dynamically linked to the original addresses if the address table and the result feature class are stored in the same geodatabase. With dynamic results, modifications to the primary address table will cause the geocoded feature class to be updated automatically. You cannot create dynamically geocoded feature classes with an ArcView license.

Once the map is prepared with reference data, a table of addresses, and an address locator has been selected, there are two more steps to put the addresses into a dynamically geocoded point feature class.

The first is to specify that you want the geocoding results to be dynamic, not just a static snapshot of the address table. The second is to select a location and name for the output point features. This must be in the same geodatabase that the address table is stored in.

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