Household icons

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Household icons

Postby zaneclark » Sun Jan 29, 2012 3:09 pm

The ex sec came to me today with a map he wanted to update for FO collection. The legend at the bottom said it was from the lds beta maps site, maybe about 2 year ago, but the household icons look a little different and they each had a number on the icon.
I have tried to replicate this on the current map site without success.... Anyone know where this map could have originated?

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Postby aebrown » Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:24 pm

zaneclark wrote:The ex sec came to me today with a map he wanted to update for FO collection. The legend at the bottom said it was from the lds beta maps site, maybe about 2 year ago, but the household icons look a little different and they each had a number on the icon.
I have tried to replicate this on the current map site without success.... Anyone know where this map could have originated?


This is a feature of the current LDS Maps:

  1. Go to maps.lds.org
  2. Sign in with your LDS Account
  3. Go to the "My Stake & Ward" tab
  4. Hover over the menu at the bottom of the map area (it will appear when you move your mouse down to that area)
  5. Click on the print icon (its hover text is "Open print friendly version in a new window")
  6. You may need to play with the Display Options to get what you want, but the first checkbox under Display Options is labeled "Map numbers (map and list)" -- that should give you what you describe.
  7. The first page will be the map, with numbered icons; the second page (and more if needed) will list the households, with a number by each household that corresponds to their numbered icon.
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Postby zaneclark » Mon Jan 30, 2012 7:08 am

Yes! That's it! Thank you! And once again aebrown, is there anyway we could entice you to move to Las Vegas? I don't know how old you are, but we have a great retirement community here in Sun City....

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Postby aebrown » Mon Jan 30, 2012 8:37 am

zaneclark wrote:Yes! That's it! Thank you! And once again aebrown, is there anyway we could entice you to move to Las Vegas? I don't know how old you are, but we have a great retirement community here in Sun City....


I'm feeling older each year, but I'm not quite ready for retirement :). But thanks for the invitation!
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