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    An updated version of the EXCEL spreadsheet has been posted. There is no data in the new version. You will have to add it from your GSAK export. Additional note has been added and the map has been refined. Go to the origional post to get the link.




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    Maybe some nice kind soul can put that into another format or file so I can download it as I don't use excel.
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    What spreadsheet do you use??
    What formats can it read??




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    Spreadsheet? What's a spreadsheet? I use Microsoft word,thats all I know how to use and that is even iffy at times....lol
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    I don't know to say this nicely.

    I think you have to invest in a Gazetteer and plot your finds with a pencil.

    I don't know how to make the spreadsheet auto run nor do I know how to program in some computer language that would self run.

    Can anybody help Haffy?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabby
    I don't know to say this nicely.

    I think you have to invest in a Gazetteer and plot your finds with a pencil.


    Thats what I am trying to avoid but if that's the only way then I guess that's what I'll have to do then. Thanks anyway Sabby
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy
    Thats what I am trying to avoid but if that's the only way then I guess that's what I'll have to do then. Thanks anyway Sabby

    I jusst got done marking a new gazateer with all the Maine caches I have not yet done. That's about 725 caches, took me about 5 hours total. Here is a state map of all Maine caches using the Delorme back cover:

    http://www.bytethebullet.com/geocach...s/delorme1.jpg
    (800K JPG)

    If you want to go the Watcher route like I do, haffy, I can send you an index file of all the profiles for the maps, so you can at least load any GPX file and sort by the maps.

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    Thanks Dave but I don't use watcher I use GSAK so don't know how that would be accomplished. Looks like you did a great job though putting all those caches on the map.
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    Maybe I can find out exactly what I have to do to put all my finds on the map at the event Saturday because don't know how to do it otherwise. I'm just thick I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy
    Maybe I can find out exactly what I have to do to put all my finds on the map at the event Saturday because don't know how to do it otherwise. I'm just thick I guess.

    Send me the GPX file of all your finds, and I'll put them on the map I just posted...

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