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piller 9:24pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
ok all ok with this purchase, it was the needed part, well packaged and arrived in time. I would recommend this.
radeck73 3:21am on Saturday, September 4th, 2010 
I would definitely buy the hardware again, but would take the time to find better software for navigation.
Rkrishna 11:26am on Thursday, July 15th, 2010 
The cheapest way to buy European maps Who cares about the unit itself. The cheapest way to buy European maps Who cares about the unit itself.
thekman 2:54am on Monday, July 12th, 2010 
It comes with the free software Garmin Training Center. You can analysis your data off line.
perbackman 4:49am on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 
poor fit for large bikes If your bicycle has large handlebars, then be forewarned...this product does not fit on handlebars over 1" diameter. Also.
loa 8:01pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 
Fast and easy with USB hookup, even sensitive enough to use indoors. I put the unit inside the car with no problem. Second one I have bought, and for the price vs free standing ones, you cannot go wrong if you have a laptop. Easy to use and setup. Takes about 5-8 minutes to lock on position initially then all is well. I would have preferred a choice of voices.
xinsi 6:18am on Monday, May 17th, 2010 
My son and I backpacked for years. Light, Durable, Inexpensive GPS Calculation Error on Occasion
mfkyle 11:56am on Saturday, May 8th, 2010 
Paid a premium for this GPS compared to comparable models. Easy to use and works great Lack of flexibility good quality. quality support
rhino_harley 3:24am on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 
The yellow Etrex is our first GPS, we wanted it for geocaching and for that it is great. Price, Easy, It Works!! limited memory, very limited maps

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nRoute Navigation Software Quick Reference Guide
Using the Find Feature The Find Places feature in nRoute allows you to search for any map feature (address, waypoint, Point of Interest, etc.) and create a route to it. All Find Items are part of the basemap (which contains major cities) and detailed mapping data (which contains addresses, map features, and Points of Interest). To nd a map feature or Point of Interest by name:
1. Click the Find Places button , then click the Feature tab.
2. Select the desired Place Category and, if desired, Place Subcategory. 3. Enter the name of the Point of Interest in the Name eld. As you type, an Auto Complete list of nearest matches is displayed below the eld. You may type the entire name of the Point of Interest or type the rst few letters and select the name from the list. Enter the City, State/Province, and Country to rene your search, if desired. 4. Click the Find button. A list of Points of Interest is displayed. 5. Click on the desired Point of Interest in the list. The selected Point of Interest is centered on the Graphic Map. 6. After selecting the desired Point of Interest, you can do any of the following: Click Properties to view the address and telephone number of the Point of Interest,. Click Make Waypoint to mark the Point of Interest as a waypoint. Click Route To It to create a route to the Point of Interest. nRoute generates a route from your current location to the selected Point of Interest. Click OK to close the Find Places window and leave the selected Point of Interest centered on the Graphic Map. Click Cancel to close the Find Places window and return to the previous map display.
Using the Find Nearest Feature If your GPS receiver is connected and has acquired satellites, nRoute allows you to nd a map feature near your current location. If your GPS receiver has not acquired satellites, nRoute nds items near your last known location. You can nd items near your current location by selecting the desired Place Categories and Subcategories. If you know the name of the item you are looking for, you can quickly nd it by entering all or part of the name of the item in the Containing eld.
1. Click the Find Nearest Places icon displayed.
To nd items near your current location:
. The Find Nearest Places window is
2. Follow the instructions for nding an item: Enter the valid information for the item you are nding, such as address, name, city, etc. 3. After selecting the desired map feature, you can perform any action with that map feature, such as viewing the properties and routing to it, as you can for a normal nd item. You can also click Save as Favorite to add the item to your Favorite Finds.
nRoute keeps track of items you recently found in case you want to nd them again quickly. Click the Recently Found Places button to open a list of places you have recently searched for. To nd items near the map pointer:
1. Select the map pointer tool. 2. Right-click the desired location on the map. 2. To nd an item nearest the map pointer, select Find Nearest Places from the right-click menu. The Find Nearest Places window is displayed. 3. Follow the instructions for nding an item.
Using the Favorite Finds Feature The Favorite Finds feature allows you to save your Find Nearest Places search criteria, such as Category and Containing elds. You can use the Favorite Finds feature to create a list of favoritesitems you commonly search forand nd these items quickly. To create a Favorite Find item, click the New Favorite Find button in the Find Nearest Places dialog window. Items you add to your Favorite Finds are displayed in the Favorite Finds Tab at the bottom of the screen. nRoute also includes some default Favorite Finds such as Nearest Fast Food, Nearest Gas Station, Nearest Hospital, and Nearest Coffee Shop. You can modify or delete these default Favorite Finds as desired. Creating Waypoints A waypoint is a geographic location stored in memory. In nRoute, the simplest way to mark a waypoint is by using the Waypoint Tool. You may also edit a waypoint at any time using the Waypoint Properties window.
1. Click the Waypoint Tool button
To mark a waypoint on the Graphic Map:
2. Click the desired location on the Graphic Map. The Waypoint Properties window is displayed. 3. Enter the desired waypoint properties and click OK. The waypoint is displayed on the map and in the Waypoints Tab at the bottom of the screen.
Creating Routes nRoute can generate a route from your current location to one or more waypoints, Points of Interest, or any other point on the map. nRoute displays the active route as a colored line on the Graphic Map and generates text-based directions and provides voice prompts to help you navigate. After you have created a route, you can use the Route Properties window to edit the route as desired, adding, removing, or changing the order of the points along the route. To create a route using the Selection Tool:

1. Click the Selection Tool 2. Right-click on the item or point on the Graphic Map that you want to route to, then select Route To It from the right-click menu. The route is created, activated, and displayed on the Graphic Map. Driving Directions are automatically generated. Routes created using this method are not automatically saved.
For additional information, refer to the nRoute Help File (press F1 to open) and the nRoute Printable Help Contents, included on the nRoute Setup CD-ROM.
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How Do I.

This Help topic is designed to provide you with quick instructions on how to perform common nRoute tasks. Hook Up the GPS Receiver? See Connecting the GPS Receiver. Your nRoute Setup Guide also contains information on connecting your GPS receiver. Know the GPS is Receiving? Press F11 to activate the Satellites Tab to verify that the GPS is receiving. See Checking Satellite Status for more information. Find Myself on the Map? button to center the map on your current location. See Showing Click the Keep Vessel Visible the Vehicle on the Map for more information. Move the Map Around? Use the Hand tool or the scroll bars at the bottom and right-hand side of the screen to move the map. You can also zoom in and out to show portions of the map not currently displayed. Change the Way the Map Looks? Select Preferences from the Edit menu, then click on the Display tab. From there, you can change many features of the map display, including the amount of visible detail. See Setting Display Preferences for more information. To change the orientation of the map, click the Change Map Orientation button Changing Map Orientation for more information. Switch Maps? If you have multiple products installed, select the desired map from the Product list. It may be necessary to unlock the desired map if you have not already done so. NOTE: If you don't have additional maps installed, the Product list is not displayed. See Unlocking Maps for more information. Find Addresses, Intersections, or Items on the Map? Click the Find Places button , select the type of item you want to find from the Find Places window, then enter the desired information. See Understanding the Find Feature for more information. See
Get Driving Directions to My Current Route Destination? When you have a route active, you can get driving directions using the following methods: Check the InfoBar above the Graphic Map for the next maneuver along the route. Press F9 to activate the Driving Directions Tab for a list of all the maneuvers along the active route.
Get Driving Directions for a Saved Route? Right-click on the route you want to get directions for, select Route Properties from the right-click menu, and click on the Driving Directions tab. See Editing a Route for more information. Get the Voice to Speak? Press the Space Bar or click the Speak button in the Utilities Toolbar. If you have a route activated, nRoute gives you voice instructions for the next maneuver. If you do not have a route activated, nRoute tells you the satellite status. Deactivate a Route? Click the Stop Route button more information. Track my Travel? Click on the Tracks Tab (F6) and check the Record Track box hand corner. See Recording a Track for more information. in the lower rightin the Routes Toolbar. See Activating and Deactivating a Route for

Using the Graphic Map

Understanding the Graphic Map
The Graphic Map is nRoute's main navigation tool. nRoute displays the basemap and any detailed maps you select in MapSource. The basemap contains major cities, roads, and highways, while detailed maps contain smaller streets, addresses, intersections, and Points of Interest. The Vessel icon indicates your position and heading on the Graphic Map. Active routes are displayed as colored lines on the map. Waypoints are displayed by symbol and by name. Points of Interest are displayed as symbols. The names of some Points of Interest are displayed on the map in a different font than waypoint names.
Graphic Map Tips To view the name of a Point of Interest, click on the Selection Tool cursor over the desired Point of Interest on the map. , then hold the mouse
If there are multiple items at a single location on the Graphic Map, right-click on the location, then select the desired item from the list that is displayed. You can perform a variety of tasks by right-clicking on the Graphic Map. See Map Feature RightClick Menu for more information. The Information Tabs across the bottom of the screen show waypoints, routes, and tracks. To display an item on the Graphic Map, right-click on the item and select 'Show Selected Item on Map'. Click the Keep Vessel Visible button Click the Keep Maneuver Visible button are navigating on a route. to center the Vessel icon on the map. to show the next maneuver on the map while you
If you move the map, zoom in or out, or display a different area on the Graphic Map while the Keep Vessel Visible and/or Keep Next Maneuver Visible buttons are selected, nRoute automatically deselects those buttons so that you can manipulate the map as needed. After you have finished manipulating the map, click the Keep Vessel Visible and/or Keep Maneuver Visible buttons again to re-activate. See Showing the Vehicle on the Map for more information. The Graphic Map can be oriented to display in either 'North Up' or 'Track Up' mode. See Changing Map Orientation for more information. You can change the color of the text and the background of the Graphic Map by setting your display preferences.
For more information on the Graphic Map, see the following topics: Setting Display Preferences Moving the Graphic Map Zooming In and Out on the Map Showing the Vehicle on the Map Changing Map Orientation Using the InfoBar Using the Status Tab Using the Trip Computers Tab Saving Your Data Opening Saved Data Legend: Businesses and Attractions Legend: Points of Interest Legend: Map Lines Legend: Map Areas
Setting Display Preferences
You can customize the way the Graphic Map is displayed, including the level of map detail, visible routes, and colors. To set display preferences: 1. Select Preferences from the Edit Menu. The Preferences window is displayed. 2. Click the Display tab. The Display Preferences tab is displayed.

To create a route to the Point of Interest, click Route To It. nRoute generates a route from your current location to the selected Point of Interest. To close the Find Places window and leave the selected Point of Interest centered on the Graphic Map, click OK. To close the Find Places window and return to the previous map display, click Cancel.

Finding Addresses

Addresses are contained in detailed mapping data. To find an address: 1. Click the Find Places button , then click the Address tab.
2. If you want to clear information previously entered on this screen, click the Reset button. 3. Enter the Number of the address. 4. Click the Select button next to the Street field, then enter the desired street name (or street number) without any prefix or suffix. For example, to find 'N 140th Street', enter '140th'. 5. Select the desired street from the list, then click Select Street. 6. If you want your search to cover only a specific area, enter the desired City, State/Province, Postal Code, and/or Country. 7. Click the Find button. A list of addresses is displayed in the Places field. 8. Click on the desired address in the list. The selected address is centered on the Graphic Map. 9. After selecting the desired address, you can do any of the following: To mark the address as a waypoint, click Make Waypoint. The Waypoint Properties window is displayed. See Editing Waypoint Properties for more information. To create a route to the address, click Route To It. nRoute generates a route from your current location to the selected address. To close the Find Places window and leave the selected address centered on the Graphic Map, click OK. To close the Find Places window and return to the previous map display, click Cancel. 45

Finding Intersections

Intersections are contained in detailed mapping data. To find an intersection: 1. Click the Find Places button , then click the Intersection tab.
2. If you want to clear information previously entered on this screen, click the Reset button. 3. Click the Select button next to the First Street field, then enter the desired street name (or street number) without any prefix or suffix. For example, to find "N 140th Street", enter "140th". 4. Select the desired street from the list, then click Select Street. 5. Click the Select button next to the Second Street field, then enter the desired street name (or street number). 6. Select the desired City, State/Province, Postal Code, and/or Country to refine your search, if desired. 7. Click the Find button. A list of intersections is displayed in the Places field. 8. Click on the desired intersection in the list. The selected intersection is centered on the Graphic Map. 9. After selecting the desired intersection, you can do any of the following: To mark the intersection as a waypoint, click Make Waypoint. The Waypoint Properties window is displayed. See Editing Waypoint Properties for more information. To create a route to the intersection, click Route To It. nRoute generates a route from your current location to the selected intersection. To close the Find Places window and leave the selected intersection centered on the Graphic Map, click OK. To close the Find Places window and return to the previous map display, click Cancel. 46

Finding Waypoints

You can use the Find feature to find any waypoints you have created. See Marking Waypoints for more information. To find a waypoint: 1. Click the Find Places button , then click the Waypoint tab.
2. Enter the name of the waypoint in the Name field. As you type, an Auto Complete list of nearest matches is displayed below the field. You may type the entire name of the waypoint or type the first few letters and select the name from the list. 3. Click the Find button. A list of waypoints is displayed in the Places field. 4. Click on the desired waypoint in the list. The selected waypoint is centered on the Graphic Map. 5. After selecting the desired waypoint, you can do any of the following: To view the properties of the waypoint, click the Properties button. The Waypoint Properties window is displayed. See Editing Waypoint Properties for more information. To create a route to the waypoint, click Route To It. nRoute generates a route from your current location to the selected waypoint. To close the Find Places window and allow the selected waypoint to remain centered on the Graphic Map, click OK. To close the Find Places window and return to the previous map display, click Cancel. 47
Finding Items Near Your Current Location
If your GPS receiver is connected and has acquired satellites, nRoute allows you to find Points of Interest near your current location. If your GPS receiver is not connected or has not acquired satellites, nRoute finds items near your last known location. You can find items near your current location by selecting the desired Place Categories and Subcategories. If you know the name of the item you are looking for, you can quickly find it by entering all or part of the name of the item in the Containing field. To find items near your current location: 1. Click the Find Nearest button. The Find Nearest Places window is displayed.
2. Select the desired Place Category and, if desired, Place Subcategory. 3. Enter the Maximum Search Distance in miles. This is the radius of your search area from your current location. 4. Enter the name (or part of the name) of the Point of Interest in the Containing field, if desired. For example, to find the nearest Texaco gas station, enter "Texaco" in the Containing field. 5. Click the Find button. A list of Points of Interest is displayed in the Places field. 6. Click on the desired Point of Interest in the list. The selected Point of Interest is centered on the Graphic Map. 7. After selecting the desired Point of Interest, you can do any of the following: To add the item to your Favorite Finds, click Save as Favorite. The Favorite Find Properties window is displayed. See Adding an Item to Your Favorite Finds for more information. To view the address and telephone number of the Point of Interest, click the Properties button. 48

To mark the Point of Interest as a waypoint, click Make Waypoint. The Waypoint Properties window is displayed. See Editing Waypoint Properties for more information. To create a route to the Point of Interest, click Route To It. nRoute generates a route from your current location to the selected Point of Interest. To close the Find Nearest Places window and leave the selected Point of Interest centered on the Graphic Map, click OK. To close the Find Nearest Places window and return to the previous map display, click Cancel.
Finding Recently Found Places
nRoute keeps track of items you recently found in case you want to find them again quickly. To find recently found items: 1. Click the Recently Found Places button. The Recently Found Places window is displayed.
2. Click on the desired item in the list. The selected item is centered on the Graphic Map. 3. After selecting the desired item, you can do any of the following: To view the address and telephone number of the item, click the Properties button. To mark the item as a waypoint, click Make Waypoint. The Waypoint Properties window is displayed. See Editing Waypoint Properties for more information. To create a route to the item, click Route To It. nRoute generates a route from your current location to the selected item. To close the Recently Found Places window and leave the selected item centered on the Graphic Map, click OK. To close the Recently Found Places window and return to the previous map display, click Cancel.
Finding a Latitude/Longitude Position
You can find a position on the Graphic Map by entering the desired latitude and longitude. To find a latitude/longitude position: 1. Select Go To Position from the View Menu. The Go To Position window is displayed.
2. Enter the desired latitude and longitude and click OK. The Graphic Map centers on the position you entered.
Using the Favorite Finds Feature
Understanding the Favorite Finds Feature The Favorite Finds feature allows you to save your Find Nearest Places search criteria. You can use the Favorite Finds feature to create a list of "favorites" -- items you commonly search for -- and find these items quickly. Favorite Finds store Category, Subcategory, and Maximum Search Distance information so that you don't have to re-enter the data each time you wish to find an item. You can also specify your Favorite Finds by name. For example, you can create Favorite Finds to locate the nearest Texaco gas station or Hilton hotel. Items you add to your Favorite Finds are displayed in the Favorite Finds Tab at the bottom of the screen. nRoute also includes some default Favorite Finds such as 'Nearest Fast Food', 'Nearest Gas Station', 'Nearest Hospital', and 'Nearest Coffee Shop'. You can modify or delete these default Favorite Finds as desired.

For more information on the Favorite Finds feature, see the following topics: Using the Favorite Finds Tab Adding an Item to Your Favorite Finds Finding an Item Using the Favorite Finds Feature Editing a Favorite Find Deleting a Favorite Find
Using the Favorite Finds Tab The Favorite Finds Tab lists all the Favorite Finds you have saved. You can access the Favorite Finds Tab by clicking on it or pressing F7 on your keyboard.
You can perform a variety of tasks by right-clicking on items in the Favorite Finds tab. See Favorite Finds Right-Click Menu for more information. The Favorite Finds Tab includes the following fields: Name The term or phrase used to describe the Favorite Find. NOTE: nRoute does not use information entered in this field when finding the item. Type The category of items the Favorite Find searches for (Food & Drink, Services, All Points of Interest, etc.) Subtype The subcategory of items the Favorite Find searches for (Hotels, Auto Fuel, All Subcategories, etc.) Distance The radius of your search area from your current location. Containing All or part of the name of the item you want the Favorite Find to search for.
Adding an Item to Your Favorite Finds To add an item to your Favorite Finds: 1. Select New Favorite Find from the Find Menu. The Favorite Find Properties window is displayed.
2. Enter an appropriate descriptive term or phrase for your Favorite Find, i.e. "Nearest Gas Station", "Nearest Italian Restaurant", "Nearest Applebee's", etc. NOTE: nRoute does not use the name entered in this field when finding the item. If you want nRoute to find an item by name, enter the name of the item in the Containing field. 3. Select the appropriate Place Category and, if desired, Place Subcategory. 4. Enter the Maximum Search Distance in miles. This is the radius of your search area from your current location. 5. If you want nRoute to find the item by name, enter the name of the item in the Containing field, i.e. "Texaco", "Olive Garden", "Applebee's", etc. 6. Click OK. The item is saved and is displayed in the Favorite Finds Tab. You can also add a Point of Interest to your Favorite Finds directly from the Find Nearest Places window. See Finding Items Near Your Current Location for more information.

Routing

Understanding Routes
nRoute can generate a route from your current location to one or more waypoints, addresses, intersections, Points of Interest, or any other points on the map. nRoute displays the active route as a colored line on the Graphic Map. The beginning point of a route is displayed in green and the route destination is displayed in red.
The InfoBar and voice prompts inform you of upcoming maneuvers along the route and your arrival at the route destination. nRoute also generates text-based driving directions to help you navigate. After you have created a route, you can use the Route Properties window to edit the route as desired, adding, removing, or changing the order of the points along the route. Route Tips: Press the Space Bar or click the Speak button to activate the voice prompt.
nRoute generates a list of driving directions for each route. You can view this list by clicking the Driving Directions Tab at the bottom of the screen or by pressing F9. See Using the Driving Directions Tab for more information. The Status Tab provides you with information about the route and navigation tools to help you reach your destination. See Using the Status Tab for more information. When you go off-course from an active route, nRoute automatically recalculates the route from your current position. You can also click the Recalculate Route button time. to manually recalculate the route at any
Routes remain active until you deactivate them or activate a new route. See Activating and Deactivating a Route for more information. If there is a route active when you close nRoute, the route will be reactivated the next time you open nRoute. In addition to auto-routes (automobile routes that follow streets and highways), nRoute allows you to create direct routes (straight line, "as the crow flies" routes). See Setting Route Preferences for more information. 58
Routes you have created and saved are displayed in the Saved Routes Tab along the bottom of the screen and stored in memory for future use. You can also save routes in an.mps file. See Saving Your Data for more information. You can create routes containing multiple points, called Vias. See Creating a Saved Route Using the Route Properties Window for more information. The Route Menu and Route Toolbar both contain shortcuts that allow you to perform many of the tasks described in this chapter.

Creating a Route Using the Find Places Feature
You can create an active route to any city, address, intersection, waypoint, or Point of Interest using the Find Places, Find Nearest, or Recently Found Places features. All Find Items are part of the basemap (which contains major cities) and detailed mapping data downloads (which contain Addresses, Map Features, and Points of Interest). To create a route using the Find Places feature: 1. Click the Find Places , Find Nearest , or Recently Found Places button.
2. Find the desired item. See Understanding the Find Feature for more information. 3. When the desired item is displayed in the Find list, click on it, then click Route To It. The route is created, activated, and displayed on the Graphic Map. Driving Directions are automatically generated. NOTE: Routes created using this method are not automatically saved in the Saved Routes Tab at the bottom of the screen. See Saving an Active Route for more information.
Creating a Saved Route Using the Route Properties Window
The Route Properties window allows you to create and edit routes containing one or more points (or "Vias"). It allows you to find addresses, intersections, waypoints, and Points of Interest and place them in the route in any order you wish. You can also add, remove, and rearrange items in your route. After you create the route, you can activate it or save it. To create a saved route using the Route Properties window: 1. Select New Saved Route from the Edit menu. The Route Properties window is displayed.
2. Add Via points to the route using the following methods: Click the Find Places , Find Nearest , or Recently Found Places button in the toolbar, find the desired item, and click Add to Route. See Understanding the Find Feature for more information. Click Insert Waypoint, select the desired waypoint, and click OK.
3. Edit the route as necessary. See Editing a Route for more information. If you want to view driving directions for the route, click the Directions tab. From the Directions tab, you can print a list of directions by clicking Print Directions.
4. After you have finished creating the route, do one of the following: If you want to save and activate the route, click the Activate button. The route is activated and displayed on the Graphic Map. It is also automatically saved and displayed in the Saved Routes Tab at the bottom of the screen. 63

The route will remain active until you deactivate it or activate another route. To deactivate a route: 1. Click the Stop Route button. The route is deactivated. The route is reactivated.
2. To reactivate the last active route, click the Resume Route button
Using the Driving Directions Tab
When you activate a route, nRoute generates a list of driving directions, including maneuvers, estimated distance, and estimated time. You can access the Driving Directions Tab by clicking on it or pressing F9 on your keyboard.
The Driving Directions Tab contains the following features: Directions/Name Each maneuver along the route is listed in this column. The highlighted maneuver is displayed in the Maneuver Preview window to the right of the list. The upcoming maneuver in the route is also displayed in the InfoBar above the Graphic Map. Leg Length The estimated distance from one maneuver to the next. Leg Time The estimated time from one maneuver to the next. Maneuver Preview Window When you click on a maneuver in the list, a graphic preview of that maneuver is displayed in the Maneuver Preview window. An arrow is displayed in the upper left corner of the window to indicate which direction is North. Show Selection on Map Click on a maneuver in the list, then click on this button to show the selected maneuver on the Graphic Map. The Graphic Map automatically zooms to show the maneuver. Show Route on Map Click to show the entire route on the Graphic Map. The Graphic Map automatically zooms to show the route. Destination The route destination. Remaining Distance The estimated remaining distance to the route destination. Remaining Time The estimated remaining time to the route destination.

Editing a Route

You can rename routes and print driving directions, as well as add, remove, and rearrange Via points in a route. To edit a route: 1. Click the Saved Routes Tab. 2. Right-click on the route you want to edit and select Route Properties. The Route Properties window is displayed.
3. Use the following features to edit the route as desired: Autoname The Autoname feature automatically names the route based on the route's starting point and final destination. For example, a route that begins at "Home" and ends at "113 Pine Street" is autonamed "Home to 113 Pine Street". To rename the route, uncheck the Autoname box and enter the desired name in the Name field. Directions This tab provides you with a list of driving directions. From the Directions tab, you can print the list by clicking Print Directions. Edit Toolbar Use the buttons on this toolbar to cut, copy, paste, and delete Via points from the route, or undo/redo the last action. Select a Via point in the list and click the Via Point Properties button Via Point Properties Button to view information about that point. , Find Nearest , and Recently Found Places Buttons To add Via points to Find Places the route using the Find Places feature, click these buttons in the toolbar, find the desired item, and click Add to Route. See Understanding the Find Feature for more information.

Move Up and Move Down Arrows select the desired Via point and click the Move Up or Move Down arrows to rearrange the position of that point in the route list. Recalculate Recalculates the driving directions for the route. Insert Waypoint To insert a waypoint into the route, click this button, select the desired waypoint, and click OK. Invert - Inverts the order of all the Via points in the route. Center Map on Selected Item Check this box to show the selected Via point in the center of the Graphic Map. Show on Map Shows the entire route on the Graphic Map. 4. Click OK to save your changes.

Deleting a Route

There are multiple methods to delete a saved route from the Saved Routes Tab: Click on the desired route and click the Delete button.
Right-click on the desired route and select Delete Route from the right-click menu. Click on the desired route and select Delete Route from the Edit Menu. Click on the desired route and press the Delete key on your keyboard. or select Undo from the Edit Menu.
If you delete a route by mistake, click the Undo button

Using Tracks

Understanding Tracks
As you navigate with nRoute, you can record your travels as "tracks". A track consist of information gathered at various points along your path, including altitude, position, direction, speed, and time. This information can then be used to help you travel back to your point of origin. You can use the Track Filter to set the parameters for how tracks are recorded. You can record a track whether or not you are navigating along a route. Tracks can be viewed on the Graphic Map, saved, and edited as desired. Tracks you have created are shown in the Tracks Tab along the bottom of the screen and stored in memory for future use. You can also save tracks in an.mps file. See Saving Your Data for more information. For more information on tracks, see the following topics: Using the Tracks Tab Setting the Active Track Filter Recording a Track Viewing Active Track Properties Saving an Active Track Editing Track Properties Viewing a Track Deleting a Track

Using the Tracks Tab

The Tracks Tab shows a list of all the tracks you have recorded. You can access the Tracks Tab by clicking on it or pressing F6 on your keyboard.
You can perform a variety of tasks by right-clicking on a track in the list. See Tracks Right-Click Menu for more information. The Tracks Tab contains the following features: Name The name of the track. Points The number of points in the track. Start Time The date and time you started recording the track. Elapsed Time The total time elapsed while the track was being recorded. Length The total length of the track. Area The total area of the track in square feet. Avg. Speed The average speed of the vehicle along the track. Record Active Track Check this box to begin recording a track. Uncheck to stop recording. Display Active Track Properties Click to show the Active Track Properties window for the active track. Save Active Track Now Click to save the active track and begin recording a new active track. Active Track Filter Click to display the Track Filter. To re-order the tracks in the list, click on the name of the field you wish to sort the list by (for example, if you want to sort the list by track name, click on the Name field).

Setting the Active Track Filter
The Active Track Filter controls how often nRoute places points along a track. nRoute records the time as well as your position and speed at each point along the track. To set the active track filter: 1. Click the Active Track Filter button in the lower right-hand corner of the Tracks Tab. The Track Filter window is displayed.
2. Select the desired option for filtering the track: None nRoute adds a new point to the track every second. Time nRoute adds a new point to the track based on the time interval that you enter. If you enter '30 seconds', a new point is added to the track every 30 seconds. Distance nRoute adds a new point to the track based upon the distance that you enter. If you enter '328 feet', a new point is added to the track every 328 feet. Automatic nRoute adds a new point to the track to best fit the user's path. Adjust the selector to add more or fewer points to the track. 3. Click OK to save your changes.

Recording a Track

You can record a track using the Tracks Tab. To record a track: 1. Click the Tracks Tab. 2. Check the Record Track box recording the track. on the right-hand side of the Tracks Tab. nRoute begins
3. To stop recording, uncheck the Record Track box. nRoute stops recording the track. The track is automatically saved, and the track name is displayed in the Tracks Tab.
Viewing Active Track Properties
You can view (but not edit or change) the properties of a track as it is being recorded. To view active track properties: 1. Click the Tracks tab. 2. Click the Display Active Track Properties button on the right-hand side of the Tracks Tab while a track is being recorded. The Track Properties window is displayed for the active track.
The Track Properties window contains the following information about each point along the track: Index The sequential number of the track point. Time The time at which the track point was recorded. Altitude The altitude of the track point. Leg Length The distance to the next track point. Leg Time The time elapsed until the next track point was reached. Leg Speed The average speed of the vehicle while travelling to the next point. Leg Course The course the vehicle took to the next point. Position The position of the track point. 3. To show the active track on the map, click the Show on Map button. 4. To center the Graphic Map on a particular track point, check the Center map on selected item(s) box and select the desired point. 5. Click Cancel to close the Track Properties window.

Map Feature Right-Click Menu When you right-click on an open area or on a feature of the Graphic Map (such as a Point Of Interest or City - not a route or track), the following menu options may be displayed: Multiple Points If there are multiple items at a single location on the Graphic Map, right-click on the location and a list of all the items at that location is displayed. Select the desired item from the list and the normal right-click menu is displayed. Route To It Creates a route from your current location to the selected map location. See Understanding Routes for more information. Find Nearest Places Locates the features closest to the point you click on. See Finding Items Near Your Current Location for more information. New Waypoint Creates a new waypoint at the selected map location and accesses the Waypoint Properties dialog. See Understanding Waypoints for more information. Begin Measurement Activates the Distance/Bearing Tool, allowing you to measure the distance and bearing from one point to another on the Graphic Map. With the Distance/Bearing Tool selected, click on a point on the Graphic Map, then click on the point on the map you want to find the distance/bearing to. The distance and bearing between the two points are shown in the Status Bar at the bottom of the nRoute application window. To stop using the Distance/Bearing Tool, press the Esc key on your keyboard or select a different tool. Set New Location If your GPS is not activated or has not acquired satellites, this option allows you to set your current location to the appropriate place on the Graphic Map, which allows your GPS to acquire satellites faster. After your GPS acquires satellites, nRoute identifies your current location and marks it with the Vessel icon on the Graphic Map. Show on Map Zooms to the selected map feature and centers it on the Graphic Map. Feature Properties Activates the Properties for the selected map feature, such as the address and phone number for a Point of Interest.
Waypoint Right-Click Menu When you right-click on a waypoint on the Graphic Map or in the Waypoints Tab, the following options may be displayed: Move Waypoint Activates the Selection Tool and allows you to move the selected waypoint to another location on the Graphic Map. See Moving Waypoints for more information. Route To It Creates an active route to the selected waypoint from your current location. See Creating a Route Using the Selection Tool for more information. Find Nearest Places Locates the features closest to the point you click on. See Finding Items Near Your Current Location for more information. New Waypoint Creates a new waypoint at the selected map location and accesses the Waypoint Properties dialog. See Understanding Waypoints for more information. Begin Measurement Activates the Distance/Bearing Tool, allowing you to measure the distance and bearing from one point to another on the Graphic Map. With the Distance/Bearing Tool selected, click on a point on the Graphic Map, then click on the point on the map you want to find the distance/bearing to. The distance and bearing between the two points are shown in the Status Bar at the bottom of the nRoute application window. To stop using the Distance/Bearing Tool, press the Esc key on your keyboard or select a different tool. Remove Waypoint from Route If the selected waypoint is included in a saved route, this option removes the waypoint from that route. Cut/Copy/Paste Like the functions in the Edit Menu, these options allow you to cut, copy, and paste waypoints. Delete Waypoint Deletes the selected waypoint. Set New Location If your GPS is not activated or has not acquired satellites, this option allows you to set your current location to the appropriate place on the Graphic Map, which allows your GPS to acquire satellites faster. After your GPS acquires satellites, nRoute identifies your current location and marks it with the Vessel icon on the Graphic Map. Show Selected Waypoint on Map Zooms to the selected waypoint and centers it on the Graphic Map. Waypoint Properties Activates the Waypoint Properties window, allowing you to review and edit the properties for the selected waypoint. See Editing Waypoint Properties for more information.

Satellite Status.....7, 11, 12 Satellites Information Tab.....7, 12 Saved Routes.... 59, 63, 65, 66, 67, 71, 85, 95 Activating...... 58, 59, 67 Deleting......7, 71 Saving...... 27, 28, 65, 77.MPS files......27 Active Routes......65 Active Tracks......77 Map Information.....7, 16, 27 Opening Saved Files.....28 Routes......7, 27 Tracks...... 7, 27, 72, 73, 77 Waypoints......7, 27, 33 Scroll Bars......19 Searching for Satellites......11, 23 Select Device.....11 Select GPS......90
Selecting a Mapsource Product.....10, 85 Selection Tool..... 16, 38, 61, 81, 89, 93 Creating Routes Using.....61 Creating Waypoints Using.....93 Moving Waypoints Using.....38 Sensor Configuration.....11 Serial GPS.....11 Services......18 Set New Location.....11, 93 Set PC Clock.....90 Setting Preferences..... 14, 18, 23, 33, 85 Display Preferences.....16, 18 Find Preferences.....41 InfoBar Preferences.....14, 23 Navigation Preferences.....14 Position Preferences.....14 Routing Preferences.....60 Time Preferences......14 Units Preferences......14 Waypoint Preferences.....33, 35 Setting the Active Track Filter..... 72, 74, 78 Setup Guide......1, 7 Shortcuts......7, 92 Right-Click Menus......92 Shorter Distance.....60 Show Crosshair......86 Show Information Tabs......86 Showing Items on the Map.... 16, 34, 37, 66, 69, 73, 76, 79, 86 Showing Routes.... 63, 66, 68, 69 Showing the Next Maneuver.....21 Showing the Selected Item.....16, 86 Showing the Vehicle..... 16, 21, 58 Showing Tracks.... 18, 73, 76, 79 Showing Waypoints.....34, 37 Software Agreement......4 Space Bar...... 7, 14, 58, 90 Speak..... 8, 15, 58, 82, 90 Specifications......1 Speed...... 14, 23-26 Square Feet......15 Square Kilometer......14 Status......12 of GPS Connection.....12 of Satellites.....12 Status Bar.....9, 16, 86 Status Information Tab.....25 Stop Route..... 7, 67, 82, 88 Stopping Navigation..... 7, 67, 81, 88 Streets......45, 46 Switch Maps..... 10, 81, 86 Symbols..... 16, 29-32 For Waypoints.....35
Tabs..... 9, 25, 26, 34, 53, 66, 68, 73 Driving Directions......68 Favorite Finds.....53 Saved Routes......66 Showing/Hiding.....9, 86 Status......25 Tracks......73 Trip Computers.....26
Waypoints......34 Technical Specifications.....1 Terms and Conditions.....2 Time...... 13-15, 23, 24, 26 Preferences.....14 To Next Maneuver......23 Total.....24 Tips...... 7, 16, 33, 58 Toolbars..... 9, 81, 82, 86 Showing/Hiding.....9, 81, 86 Undocking.....82 Tools Menu......89 Track Filter...... 72, 74, 78 Track Up.....16, 22 Tracks..... 16, 18, 27, 72-80, 97 Deleting..... 7, 72, 80, 97 Editing......72, 78 Information Tab..... 72-80 Inverting......97 Points..... 72, 74, 76 Properties..... 73, 76, 78, 97 Recording.....8, 72, 73 Right-Click Menu.....97 Saving......7, 27 Showing on the Graphic Map.....18 Showing on the Map.....97 Understanding.....72 Viewing......72, 79 Trip Computers Information Tab....26 Troubleshooting......11, 12 GPS.....12, 13 Mouse......11

 

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