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Memory Map User Guide Pt. 7

Updated for Memory Map v6 – July 2019 Working with the Mobile Version You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 6: Importing and Exporting Data Part

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Memory Map User Guide Pt. 6

Updated for Memory Map v6 – July 2019 Importing and Exporting You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 5: Printing Part 6 of this parallel user’s

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Memory Map User Guide Pt. 5

Updated for Memory Map v6 – July 2019 Printing You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 4 – Working with Routes, Tracks, Marks & Overlays Part

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Memory Map User Guide Pt. 4

Updated for Memory Map v6 – July 2019 Working with Routes, Tracks, Marks & Overlays You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 3 – The Icon

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Memory Map User Guide Pt. 3

Updated for Memory Map v6 – July 2019 The Icon Ribbon You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 2 – Getting Started Part 3 of this

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Memory Map User Guide Pt. 2

Updated for Memory Map v6 – July 2019 Getting Started You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 of this parallel user’s

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Memory Map User Guide Pt. 1

Updated for Memory Map v6 – July 2019 I’ve been a Memory Map user for several years now and I’ve helped quite a few people get to grips with the

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Memory Map v6 Announced

In October 2005, Memory Map launched v5 of their digital mapping product. At that time they moved away from naming their versions after the year they were released and it

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Southern Upland Way 2015 – Kit

I was unsure whether I’d do a kit posting for this year’s walk, but I looked back at the one I did for the 2013 walk and some of the

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Smartphones on the Hills – Part 2

There’s been quite a lot of criticism recently, from various quarters, about hill walkers relying on mobile phones for navigation and then getting into trouble and having to be rescued.

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Using a Smartphone on the Hills

Over the past few years I’ve come to depend more and more on my mobile phone while out walking on the hills. It has been a gradual phasing in of

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What would you write?

That was the question posed by Nick Newcomen after he finished his 30 day trek across the USA – he used a GPS and a car and drove across 30