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Pro is the version of MapInfo Professional which is only for commercial use. Note that there are different features in Pro than what's in Professional, but not all of them appear in Professional (professional maps are typically smaller).

In a new feature released since MapInfo 15, you can now tell MapInfo to compute the extent of each source layer and the extent of each layer to be included in the report (you can't compute the extent of data layers, but you can ask MapInfo to compute the extent of features in each data layer). When doing so, MapInfo takes into account any filtering that you apply to the layer, so filtering data layers can be particularly useful, especially with the new report engine improvements.

Yes, this is the workflow that we are using. There are 3 major steps. You create an output format and then you create the map in that format. Then you create the view (the map is composed of view layers). In Pro, there is a separate view layer editor. When you create a view, you get to choose which output format you want to use and which data layers you want to include. This allows you to cut and paste data layers from one map to another, and to add additional data layers (you can always do that in MapInfo 11, but this feature reduces that step to one, and was especially useful when we introduced data layers in MapInfo 15 and you could export data layers as tables for other applications.) The new view layer editor is very different from the one in MapInfo 15, and the interface is radically different. There are many functional improvements.

The new Report Engine allows you to select the layers that you want to include on your report (rather than just "All Layers" or a single data layer) and also lets you use layers from different data sets on different maps. The new Export Plug-in can make it easier to export data from MapInfo, and the fact that you can export data to and from more than just Postgres in NativeX format (using OGR for example) is a major improvement. The new Multi-part Engine, introduced in MapInfo 11, makes it easier to work with large datasets in an efficient way. You can create multi-part native X files from native X files for example. 3d9ccd7d82

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