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    Mappoint - How do I import a route?

    Looking for help...

    Does anyone know how to import a route under the route menu in GPS.

    I have several saved routes that I set up in Mappoint under different names. I would like to be able to open each of these routes through RoadRunner. The way I have to do it now is to rename the route I want to use to mappoint.ptm then open RR.

    WHen I select import under the route menu I get an empty list screen.

    Thanks,
    David

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    Anyone???

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    There are Save&Load route functions built-in to RR. It will even show you a preview of the route before loading it, there's no need to do this renaming deal with the files. In order for something to show under the import route, you must save a route first.
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