More than 90 tools and functions for spatial analysis, shape conversions 
and table management in ArcGIS

Interactive Tools

Interactive tools are provided for prompt and convenient editing data in the maps. No additional output datasets created. Interactive tools are available from the separate XTools Pro Interactive toolbar.

Data Management Tools

The toolset that allows creating new geodatabases, feature classes and tables, creating random points, deleting datasets, changing datasources and also renaming multiple datasets in an advanced way.

Feature Conversions

The series of tools for processing feature classes, including tools for performing various conversions between feature types, for work with multipart features and graphic objects.

Layer Operations

The tools for performing some basic overlay operations like erase, identity and update, as well as advanced tools for creating intersection points and finding nearest features.

Table Operations

The series of tools to effectively manage and enrich your attribute tables with such additional attributes like XYZ coordinates, length, area and perimeter; to aggregate and sort features/records, to delete multiple fields at once, to collect various statistics and modify tables in many advanced ways.

Surface Tools

The series of tools for creating surfaces (Grids) from polyline and point data, converting Grids to contour polylines, building Thiessen polygons, and extracting values and zonal statistics from rasters.

Import/Export Tools

The toolset that allows exporting tables to Excel, text and HTML files and also importing/exporting KML files.

Metadata Tools

The toolset that allows creating, editing, viewing, exporting and cleaning metadata. At that, some of the tools allow for batch processing.

General Usage Tools

A huge collection of various general usage tools significantly extending standard ArcGIS Desktop functionality. There are pretty simple yet extremely useful and handy features like Start Editing Selected Layer, Open Attribute Table or Auto Backup Document, as well as powerful tools like Definition Query Manager or Domain Manager. There are more advanced analogs of the standard ArcGIS features like Smart Add Data dialog and there are tools allowing to do things you simply cannot do in ArcGIS without XTools Pro, e.g. Multiple Layouts Manager, Copy/Paste Layer Properties or Map Theme Manager, and many, many more.