Creating Strip Map Index using ArcGIS Pro? - Geographic Information Systems Stack Exchange
Strip map index features can be used to define each page of your strip map. These features define the spatial extent and map rotation for each page along with providing the data that can be used to label the next and the previous pages. This page series can be easily created by any ArcMap user with an Internet connection. You can easily re-create this strip map using Data Driven Pages, the geoprocessing tools available from the Data Driven Pages toolset, data frame properties, and dynamic text. You will need to create the line feature used to determine the route of the strip map. This can be done by creating a new line feature class using the ArcMap editing tools. This is the feature class used to define the map extents for the example strip map above.
If you do not want a rotation, you may be better off using the 'Grid Index Features' tool and base it off of a line feature class similar to how you would for a strip map. Then you can use the Data Driven Pages toolbar to navigate, etc. Not sure if this is what you were looking for but figured I would offer the suggestion. Other helpfull info is below: Strip Map Index Features Creates a series of rectangular polygons, or index features, that follow a single linear feature or a group of linear features. These index features can be used with Data Driven Pages to define pages within a strip map, or set of maps that follow a linear feature.
This topic gets you started in creating a simple strip map. A strip map is a set of map pages that follow a route, such as a river, road, or pipeline. Each page of the map shows a defined geographic area on either side of the line feature. Each subsequent page in a strip map shows the area further down the line. Often, there is a bit of geographic overlap between adjacent map pages.