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Yes, you can have multiple collars tables posted to your map. Each collars table will be its own Wells layer in the map.
- Create the first wells map using the data from the first collars table by clicking Map | Create | Well Map
from a map view.
- Select the first collars table and click OK.
- Click Map | Add | Well Layer to add the second well layer to the map.
- Select the second collars table and click OK.
In the Object Manager you have one Map object, with two Wells layers under it (one for each collars table).
The second collars data file has to be imported into the project file before adding the second wells layer (otherwise the second wells layer will post the data from the first collars table automatically).
*Note* A cross section cannot be created from multiple collars tables, so all wells you want in your cross section should be in one collars table.
Updated July 17, 2018
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