1. Access the Context Menu: Right-click on any layer displayed on the map. This will open the context menu, which provides various options for interacting with the layer.

2. Attribute Table: This will open a detailed table displaying information about the selected layer. You can left-click and hold the tab to move the table to a desired position on your monitor.

3. Remove Layer: Select the “Remove Layer” option from the context menu if you wish to remove the selected layer from the map. This will remove the layer as desired.
4. Move Layer Up/Down: Use the “Move Layer Up” or “Move Layer Down” options to adjust the layer’s position in the layer stack. Selecting “Move Layer Up” will move the layer up one position, and “Move Layer Down” will move it down one position.
5. Layer Selectable/Unselectable: Activate or deactivate the “Layer Selectable/Unselectable” option to enable or disable the ability to select or unselect individual components of the layer.
6. Zoom to Layer: Choose the “Zoom to Layer” option to zoom in on the selected layer, focusing the map view on its extent.
7. Select All but this/Deselect All Shapes: Use the “Select All but this” or “Deselect All Shapes” options to quickly toggle the selection status of all layers. “Deselect All but this” will uncheck all layers except the selected layer, while “Select All but this” will check all layers except the selected layer. “Select All Shapes” will check all layers.
8. Show/Hide NHYD: Toggle the visibility of NHYD components using the “Show/Hide NHYD” option. This will show or hide these specific components within the layer.
9. Show/Hide Arrows: Choose the “Show/Hide Arrows” option to show or hide arrows within the layer. This can be useful for visualizing directional information.
10. Layer Export: Select the “Layer Export” option to export the selected layer to one of the available formats. This will allow you to save the layer data for external use.
11. File Source: Click on the “File Source” option to show the directory or file path of the imported layer on the map.
12. Layer Properties: Open the “Layer Properties” window by selecting the “Layer Properties” option. This will provide access to various settings and configurations specific to the selected layer.
13. Show on Google Earth: If you have Google Earth installed on your system, selecting the “Show on Google Earth” option will automatically open Google Earth and display the selected layer within it. Please note that this option requires Google Earth to be installed on your system.