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Original User: MOelschlegal
Simply put the address inspector picks the centroid closest to the point where you clicked and, even if the target is a polygon, it acts like a point. You can change the search distance by right-clicking once you have the address inspector tool in use. This can help solve the problem of pointing to a centroid outside the polygon you have clicked in but will not help pick a centroid if you click somewhere that a polygon doesn't exist. Unfortunately, you can't have it both ways.