The input map.
The scale at which labels will be converted. If a reference scale is set on the map, the reference scale will be used for symbol sizing and annotation feature class creation, but conversion will occur at this scale.
The workspace where the output feature classes will be saved. The workspace can be an existing geodatabase or an existing feature dataset. If this is not the same database used by all the layers in the map, the feature-linked option will be disabled.
|Workspace; Feature Dataset|
The suffix that will be added to each new annotation feature class. This suffix will be appended to the name of the source feature class for each new annotation feature class.
Specifies the extent that contains the labels to convert to annotation.
Convert unplaced labels to unplaced annotation
Specifies whether unplaced annotation will be created from unplaced labels.
Require symbols to be selected from the symbol table
Specifies whether the text symbol properties that can be edited will be restricted.
Create feature-linked annotation
This parameter is only available with ArcGIS Desktop Standard and ArcGIS Desktop Advanced licenses.
Specifies whether the output annotation feature class will be linked to the features in another feature class.
Create annotation when new features are added
Specifies whether annotation will be created when new features are added to the linked feature class if the Create feature-linked annotation parameter is checked.
Update annotation when feature's shape is modified
Specifies whether the position of annotation will be updated when the shape of the linked feature is updated if the Create feature-linked annotation parameter is checked.
The group layer that will contain the generated annotation. When working in the Catalog pane, you can use the Save To Layer File tool to write the output group layer to a layer file. When using ArcGIS Pro with a map open, the tool adds the group layer to the display if this option is checked in the geoprocessing options. The group layer that is created is temporary and will not persist after the session ends unless the project is saved.
Specifies whether annotation will be converted for all layers in the map or for a single layer. The single layer must be specified.
The layer with the annotation to convert when the Convert parameter is set to Single layer. This layer must be in the map.
Convert labels from all layers to a single output feature class
Specifies whether labels will be converted to individual annotation feature classes or to a single annotation feature class. If converting to a single annotation feature class, the annotation cannot be feature-linked.
Merge similar label classes
Specifies whether similar label classes will be merged when the Convert labels from all layers to a single output feature class parameter is checked.
The workspace where the output feature classes will be saved.