The following video will show you how to open an attribute table in six different ways, including using keyboard shortcuts.
- Video length: 1:00
- This video was created with ArcGIS Pro 3.2.
Open a table view to display the attribute information stored in the data source in a tabular format. Two types of table views are available, depending on how you open the table:
- Open a table view of a layer or stand-alone table from a map or scene to edit values, select or query records, and view related data.
- Open a table view from the Catalog pane or a catalog view to manage and review the data.
Tables opened from a map, scene, or a catalog view open below that view in the application by default. Adjust the project settings to control the position of a table in the project, if necessary. More than one table can be open simultaneously.
Add and open a stand-alone or attribute table from a map or scene
To add a stand-alone table to a map or scene, use one of these methods:
- Drag the table from the Catalog pane into the current map view.
- Right-click the table in the Catalog pane and click Add To Current Map .
- On the Map tab, in the Layer group, click Add Data and browse to the table.
- Right-click a group layer in the Contents pane, click Add Data , and browse to the table.
To open the table view of a stand-alone or attribute table from a map or scene to edit values, reorder fields, select or query records, or view related data, use any of the following methods:
- Right-click a layer in the Contents pane and click Attribute Table .
- Select a layer in the Contents pane and press Ctrl+T to open the table view for that layer.
- Right-click a stand-alone table in the Contents pane and click Open .
- To open a table view directly in the selected view, select some features on the map. Right-click the layer in the Contents pane, point to Selection, and click Attribute Table Showing Selection .
Open a table from a catalog view or the Catalog pane
Open the table view of a stand-alone or attribute table from a catalog view or the Catalog pane to manage and review the data. Right-click the table in the Catalog pane and click Open Table to open a stand-alone table outside of a map or scene.