The TractBuilder Tools for ArcGIS are Compatible with ArcGIS 10.1

ArcGIS 10.1 has been released. Many ArcGIS users have to delay updating their ArcGIS installs because of third-party vendors not yet being compatible with the new version, but not TractBuilder users. All five of the TractBuilder tools, Metes & Bounds, Quartering, Auto-Quartering, Well Spotting, and the GridMaker are ready to go when you upgrade! The workflow within the tools is exactly the same; the users just need to make sure they are on the latest version of the TractBuilder Tools for ArcGIS 10.X (installer available from the TractBuilder homepage, As Kyle Souza, Sales Manager for TractBuilder, likes to say “TractBuilder is not going to be the reason you don’t keep your Arc install up-to-date.”

The TractBuilder Tools are still compatible with 9.3, 9.3.1, and 10. Clients with a maintenance plan are able to update as soon as they like. You can download a trial of the latest software from For 9.3.x versions please contact

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