ArcGIS 9: How do I get a Polygon from Polylines?

I am using ESRI ArcGIS 9 desktop suite to do some GIS work for my boss.  We have 2 layers that we are working with primarily for this excercise, there is a parcels layer that contains all the parcels in the county (polygons) and there is a Service area boundary layer (Polylines).  What I need, is the lines layer as a polygon to perform a select by location, to extract just the parcels within the line boundary.  I am somewhat of a Novice to ArcMap and ArcGIS 9 in general, but I am comfortable with it enough to know what I need... just... how do I do it?
Thanks in advance.
Justin Merrill, MBASoftware EngineerAsked:
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Try the Feature To Polygon tool in Desktop 9.0 ArcToolbox.
(ArcToolbox > Data Management Tools > Features > Feature to Polygon.)
Justin Merrill, MBASoftware EngineerAuthor Commented:
ok... thanks for the suggestion molvo, but I don't have that option in my ArcToolBox through ArcMap or through ArcCatalog.

What I DO have is:
ArcToolbox > Data Management Tools > Features
> Add XY coordinates
or >Check Geometry
or >Copy Features
or >Multipart To Singlepart
or >Repair Geometry

All that, but no Feature to Polygon option
any other suggestions?
Do you have access to an ArcInfo license for ArcGIS 9?
Feature to Polygon is only available with an ArcInfo License.

If you don't have ArcInfo, do you have access to any other GIS software, such as ArcView 3.x?

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try this program:

some of my co-workers ave used it in the past for this type of work.

hope this helps

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